By Sermoncentral on Nov 10, 2016
The first step in being a great pastor is to walk with God.
By Peter Mead on Aug 19, 2016
What are we doing when we preach? What are we aiming for?
By Thomas C. Brown on Jul 10, 2017
Greater is the value of personal intimacy with God than busyness for him. Service must follow surrender and solitude.
By Lance Witt on Feb 6, 2017
Looking back, I see that obscurity allowed God to redirect my sense of identity and significance.
By Charles Stone on Apr 21, 2017
This discipline is really more of a state of heart than a place.
By Sermoncentral on Jan 26, 2017
As Jonathan Edwards expresses, and Scripture exemplifies, one aspect of a Christ-enamored heart is a gnawing ache to get alone with him.
By Lance Witt on Oct 31, 2016
Frustration and anger are pervasive throughout our culture. Underlying the anger and emotion is a deep fear. These are uncertain times and people feel it.
By Lance Witt on Oct 24, 2016
Over the last few years my single most consistent prayer has been for spiritual courage.
By Paul Maxwell on Oct 24, 2016
It’s hard to disconnect our experience of God from our experience of the church — and that’s how it’s supposed to be.
By Brandon Kelley on Apr 8, 2017
A couple of years ago, I decided to make the switch from night owl to morning person and that switch has made all the difference.
By Jared Moore on Feb 12, 2019
There's only one way to solve this: Get to the root of the problem. Jared Moore shows us how.
By Brandon Cox on Apr 17, 2017
Curiosity is the art of knowing that we don’t know, and discovering more about God, about people, about ourselves, and about the amazing world around us.
By Dr. W. Robert Godfrey on Apr 1, 2017
The Psalms teach us how to express our emotions to God in all the circumstances of our lives.
By Leigh Ann Carey Looyenga on Nov 3, 2016
Are you tired? Worn down by the pace of life and ministry? Do you feel like the abundant life may not be for ministry leaders?
By Charles Stone on Mar 13, 2017
Although we intuitively understand how to refuel ourselves, we often don’t do it. He challenged us to ask why we don’t.