By Kyle Idleman on Mar 2, 2018
Kyle Idleman offers his viewpoint on the difference between fans and followers of Jesus Christ.
By Ray Hollenbach on Mar 15, 2012
Do numbers alone tell the story of success? What kind of numbers caught Jesus' attention?
By Mark Driscoll on Jun 23, 2012
Mark Driscoll suggests the proper--and fruitful--approach to those great preaching topics, the parables of Jesus.
By Ray Hollenbach on Oct 17, 2012
Do you preach Jesus as a role model? It's impossible to be like Jesus, isn't it? He was God-come-to-earth and his life sets the bar impossibly high for any of us.
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 Adam Weber on Mar 21, 2017
I had only recently completed my master’s degree, I didn’t want to start this church in the first place, it was struggling to grow, and here I was moving this stupid sign through three feet of snow. Without thinking, the words came out:
God, what am I doing here?
By Jason Hood on Apr 17, 2018
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 Bob Hamp on May 12, 2012
When Jesus wanted to teach his disciples something important, he took them on the road, not into the classroom.
By Jason Hood on Aug 9, 2018
Luther, Spurgeon, and Bonhoeffer saw Jesus as one of the chief subjects of the Psalms. Do you?
By Ed Stetzer on Dec 10, 2012
Can we rise above T-shirt and bumper-sticker sloganism? These are radical words.
By J.d. Greear on Feb 10, 2015
Surveys show more than 50% of people have prayed a sinner's prayer and think they're going to heaven even though there is no detectable difference in their lifestyles from those outside of the church.
By Ray Hollenbach on Sep 15, 2015
Would you like to be a radical, against-the-gain follower of Jesus? Suggest this radical solution.
By Ray Hollenbach on Nov 3, 2015
Sin is ravaging the church today, but the old ways of talking about sin clearly do not help us. We have to find new ways to talk about it.
By Michael Kelley on Aug 12, 2016
We are probably more responsive today than ever before, partly because we now have the tools to respond publicly to anyone or anything, and at any time we see fit. We can post, like, tweet, and retweet, and we are delighted to do so. We love to respond. No, we need to respond.
By Joe Hoagland on Sep 20, 2016
The church can learn a lot from worldly business and marketing trends but many times churches and church leaders end up promoting the wrong thing.