By Jamie Arpin-Ricci on Sep 18, 2012
Jamie Arpin-Ricci sees his preaching role in terms of asking "generative questions" in order to reach his listeners.
By Hershael York on Oct 3, 2018
Do you preach as a would-be writer or do you preach as a preacher?
By Dean Hawk on Oct 19, 2016
I’m curious. When and where did ministers first begin asking people to bow their heads, close their eyes, and secretly raise their hand in a church service if they wanted to accept Jesus? Why do we feel like we need to sneak people into heaven?
By John Macarthur on May 31, 2017
The church today is badly in need of reformation again. And Christ’s lordship over His church is still the central truth we must recover, which requires the unleashing of His Word among His people again. We cannot merely float along with the latest evangelical trends and expect things to get better.
By Stuart Strachan Jr. on Aug 14, 2018
What are the most important things you need to let your guest preacher know before you head out of town?
By John Bjorge on Jun 15, 2012
Many preachers are good at preaching for the head, but rarely do we aim for--or reach--the heart.
By Sherman Cox on Feb 26, 2013
It's happened to all of us: you're preaching, and a new thought pops into your head. Do you add an "aside" to your sermon?
By Jeff Clarke on Mar 14, 2015
If we tell people that all they need to do to become a follower of Christ is to bow their heads, close their eyes and repeat a 30-second prayer, what are we saying about Jesus?
By Kathleen And Kevin-Neil Ward on Jul 4, 2016
Today, something unexpected is happening. There is a small but distinct movement of young people abandoning the smoke machines, multi-purpose buildings and celebrity pastors of recent church models, and heading back towards traditional worship services, where sacraments are central, buildings are beautiful, and the liturgy has a historic rootedness about it.