By Sermoncentral on Oct 10, 2011
Are high profile guest speakers worth the time and money? "Only if you value lost people," says Hal Seed.
By Pete Wilson on Apr 1, 2014
Pete Wilson has keen insights not only for speakers but for listeners as well.
By Sermoncentral on Feb 8, 2020
Effective speakers realize the power of attention-grabbing hooks. What's in your toolbox?
By Lane Sebring on Aug 26, 2016
Recently my church hosted a leadership conference to encourage and equip our lay leaders and staff. One of the speakers at the event, Nikki, impacted me with her engaging presentation.
By Sherman Haywood Cox on Jun 5, 2018
It might be true. It might even be helpful. But is it preaching?
By Adrian Pei on Oct 12, 2020
If you’re a good speaker and skilled with people, you have the ability to use that your advantage.
By Patrick Holden on Sep 3, 2020
Five common mistakes any speaker can make--or learn how to avoid.
By Dr. Larry Moyer on Jul 5, 2018
Larry Moyer says "Hardened hearts need to hear from a communicator, not a speaker." Can you bridge the span to a hard audience?
By Lance Witt on Jan 9, 2021
Gifted speakers and novices alike experience this unenjoyable aspect: people's criticism. In today's Pastor to Pastor, Lance Witt discusses a proper response from a biblical perspective.
By John Stackhouse on Jul 16, 2021
Count up all of those hours -- is that what we really think our preachers are worth?
By Dr. Larry Moyer on May 22, 2020
There is an item you need to be a break-through preacher--without this item, you will simply be a speaker.
By Sermoncentral on Oct 30, 2014
For generations, rhymes and alliterations were expected from public speakers. It made them seem credible, authoritative and prepared. Not any more.
By Lane Sebring on Nov 7, 2019
Few public speakers can keep an audience's attention for an hour. Fewer should even try.
By Dr. Larry Moyer on Mar 14, 2019
"Hardened hearts need to hear from a communicator, not a speaker." What can you do to reach them?
By Bruce Salmon on Mar 14, 2018
It's a high wire act, one of which OSHA would not approve — preaching without notes. Only the most extraordinarily gifted speaker can pull it off, or so I used to think. Find out why.