By Jason Hood on May 21, 2011
We can find Jesus all over the Psalms, because the Psalms are his prayer book that points to him. And when we find Jesus in the Psalms, we also find ourselves.
By Greg Surratt on Dec 16, 2011
Greg Surratt: When people leave for whatever reason, God’s got your back. What else do you really need?
By Ed Stetzer on Dec 10, 2012
Can we rise above T-shirt and bumper-sticker sloganism? These are radical words.
By Ray Hollenbach on Dec 13, 2012
When you cover the familiar territory of the Christmas Story year after year, sometimes you have to try another angle.
By Mark Driscoll on Mar 30, 2013
Great topics require great preaching. Watch this clip to worship and prepare your mind for preaching the power of the resurrection on Easter Sunday.
By Jonathan Martin on Apr 8, 2013
God is bigger than our tiny little systems of certainty. He is revealed to us in Jesus of Nazareth, who is real enough to touch us in our own ambiguity.
By Frank Viola on May 1, 2013
Mark it down: Whenever you give that which is most valuable in your life to the Lord Jesus Christ, some of your fellow Christians will consider it to be waste.
By Jared Moore on Jun 11, 2013
If you want to help your hearers focus on God and think on God when they leave your service, then here are 11 things that you cannot do.
By David Lose on Jun 21, 2013
David Lose reminds us we are not alone in our task; someone has been lifting us up for centuries.
By Ray Hollenbach on Aug 7, 2013
Preaching the cross is powerful and necessary, but there is more for us to say.
By James Scott on Aug 13, 2013
Jesus never shied away from calling people to make big changes--do you?
By Bill Couchenour on Nov 14, 2013
Is it possible to reach the U.S. for Jesus in less than a decade by cutting sermon prep time in half?
By Ray Hollenbach on Dec 3, 2013
Some people think the Christmas verses are the stuff of Christmas pageants and cheesy dramas. They are also fuel for great preaching.
By Ray Hollenbach on Feb 20, 2014
"Try to imagine talking about your subject every single day for two years. If the idea still thrills you, you've found your topic."