By Sermoncentral on Nov 22, 2018
Give some freshness to your Thanksgiving message, or post these inspirational words on your church's website, Facebook page or Twitter feed.
By Bob Hostetler on Jul 12, 2013
"Exhortation without identification, inspiration or application is unlikely to produce life change in the listener."
By Sermoncentral on Jan 15, 2021
From Ebenezer Baptist Church into American history, Dr. King's legacy started in the pulpit.
By Sermoncentral on Mar 27, 2020
Read these top ten preaching tips for inspiration and vision before you preach this Sunday!
By Joe Hoagland on Aug 15, 2019
Jesus is not just about getting rid of a bunch of behaviors but it is also about living out positive actions inspired by the grace and love of Jesus.
By Steven Furtick on May 24, 2011
The words you speak should move people on a personal level. They should grip their hearts and make application to their lives personally.
By Lane Sebring on Feb 19, 2020
Try this in your next sermon. You’ll see your people come alive and be inspired.
By Ray Hollenbach on Nov 13, 2018
The well-rounded preacher draws from multiple sources. How wide is your reading?
By Bob Hamp on Apr 24, 2012
Spiritual leaders influence more than they direct, and they inspire more than they instruct.
By Ray Hollenbach on Oct 2, 2020
Spend ten minutes with history's great preachers and come away renewed and re-focused!
By James Emery White on Oct 10, 2020
Good communicators borrow material all the time. But how should you communicate your sources of ideas and inspiration?
By Bob Hostetler on Nov 5, 2013
Is your preaching style stuck in one mode? It's time to break out!
By Bob Hostetler on Jul 22, 2021
Even though exhortation is a gift of the Holy Spirit, our preaching needs at least four other vital ingredients.
By Joe Mckeever on Jun 13, 2019
You brought a sermon you knew beyond a doubt was from the Lord and inspired of God.Halfway through, you could sense the congregation’s minds wandering. How could this happen?
By Sermoncentral on May 13, 2014
"It's tempting to open your Bible and search for something--anything!--to inspire your next sermon. Please resist that temptation."