By Lance Witt on Sep 26, 2023
Looking back, I see that obscurity allowed God to redirect my sense of identity and significance.
By H.b. Charles, Jr. on Mar 24, 2022
When we work, we work. But when we pray, God works!
By Peter Mead on Mar 6, 2019
God's work is transformational. Is our preaching doing God's work?
By Peter Mead on Jul 28, 2021
Paul wrote and he wrote very strongly, but where was his confidence?
By Peter Mead on Aug 17, 2021
How God works despite us and our preaching (and we need to be thankful for that!).
By SermonCentral on Feb 11, 2022
It is GOD’s Kingdom, not ours, that is expanding. We may work hard and dream big, but every single spiritual change we see in the lives of people is completely and entirely a work of God.
By Lance Witt on Jun 13, 2022
Ultimately, if God is not working in you, the joy of his work through you will be short-lived.
By Danny Macmunn on Aug 27, 2021
Sometimes even the messenger is surprised at what the people hear.
By SermonCentral on Jan 9, 2019
Phil Strout: "Everyone has an opinion. And guess what? So does God, and he's communicated it to us."
By Josh Reich on Oct 6, 2023
We know that God is the one who makes a church grow, that it isn’t on us. This is both a comfort and a problem.
By Chris Pascarella on Nov 6, 2022
"According to Scripture, pastors are called to equip the flock to do the work of ministry!"
By Joe Mckeever on May 18, 2021
You know the saying, "Let go, and let God." That's a fine idea ... and sometimes not.
By SermonCentral on Mar 29, 2021
Church leaders need to spark the creativity of innovative believers by figuring out how to say yes to their passion.
By Joe Hoagland on Jul 24, 2022
The Bible is wholly relevant to the modern person’s life sometimes it just takes some work for us to figure that out. The idea of making a “timeless truth” central to your sermon is important in communicating God’s Word in a postmodern age.
By Steven Lawson on Oct 23, 2022
"Luther came to realize that salvation was a gift for the guilty, not a reward for the righteous. Man is not saved by his good works but by trusting the finished work of Christ. Thus, justification by faith alone became the central tenet of the Reformation."