By Chris Surber on Sep 29, 2018
Love in the pastorate--not logic in the academic hall--wins people to Christ.
By John Piper on May 23, 2018
John Piper shares his input on "if" and "when" it's appropriate for pastors to marry unbelievers.
By Sermoncentral on Dec 23, 2013
Learn from a master-preacher how to meditate on the meaning of just one phrase.
By Kevin Deyoung on Jul 3, 2014
There's no shortage of effort or energy as we go about our tasks—until it comes to holiness.
By Perry Noble on Jun 13, 2011
"I honestly believe I’ve got the best idea ever for a sermon series in your church…one that will lead to breakthroughs, one that will be talked about until Jesus comes back."
By Peter Mead on Sep 8, 2018
Commentaries are resources for preachers, not sources for sermons. Watch out for these three pitfalls when using commentaries in your sermon prep and delivery.
By Peter Mead on Jul 30, 2018
When was the last time you preached from a Prophet? You could rediscover a rich resource for you--and your congregation.
By Leslie Holmes on Jul 31, 2018
Somewhere inside most of us who preach lingers the need to be in control. It's what we do best, but being in control is the worst thing we can be when it comes to preaching!
By Charles Stone on Jan 6, 2015
Good news! There are ways we can help people pay more attention to our sermons.
By Brian Orme on Dec 17, 2012
Help can come from the most unexpected places: You can look to the Church Fathers to help prepare your Christmas message.
By Perry Noble on Oct 10, 2013
Write these down and keep them in your Bible. In those final moments before you take the pulpit, challenge yourself!
By John Holm on Jan 31, 2014
Anyone can introduce new ideas. Making them last is something else entirely.
By Sermoncentral on May 30, 2015
Effective speakers realize the power of attention-grabbing hooks. What's in your toolbox?
By Sermoncentral on Nov 15, 2014
When Brandon Cox was a young preacher, he knew where to turn for help.
By Tim Coressel on Jan 14, 2015
From the moment you "close in prayer," that message you labored over for hours will begin to fade in the minds of your audience.