By Lance Witt on Nov 13, 2017
Are we truly broken for the lost?
By Brandon Kelley on Nov 14, 2016
Most churches genuinely want to welcome and reach those who are far from God. Sometimes the reason they don’t is because they get in their own way.
By Jared Moore on Dec 19, 2018
There are plenty of things we can do to improve our style, but does the gospel get lost in the garnish?
By Karina Kreminski on Nov 9, 2017
"What does it look like to keep ourselves accountable to joining with God on his mission in our neighborhood?"
By Megan Briggs on Oct 4, 2016
Have we lost sight of the need to memorize Scripture in our digital age?
By Ed Stetzer on May 24, 2018
Too many pastors have lost credibility because of the appearance of immorality. Don't be one of them.
By Ryan Huguley on Oct 4, 2018
Listening is a lost art in our culture, so how should we listen to a sermon?
By Steven Furtick on Dec 13, 2011
Steven Furtick: "Focus on the people you want to reach and you’ll keep the people you want to keep."
By Sermoncentral on Oct 10, 2011
Are high profile guest speakers worth the time and money? "Only if you value lost people," says Hal Seed.
By David Mathis on Nov 23, 2017
"Most of us have never given any serious thought to what it might mean to feast with Christ-honoring intentionality."
By Jonathan Howe on Oct 3, 2017
How can using Facebook help you promote your church?
By Lance Witt on Dec 4, 2017
As pastors, how do we celebrate Christmas without getting lost in the shuffle of busy church activities?
By Greg Stier on Oct 5, 2016
Sometimes the words “altar call” trigger images of sawdust trails and endless verses of “Just as I am” with preachers prodding, pushing and persuading sinners to come forward down the aisle in front of God and everyone.
By Derwin Gray on Feb 21, 2018
Evangelism Linebacker Derwin Gray talks about how he became a better preacher by admiring NFL record-holder Jerry Rice.
By Sermoncentral on Feb 11, 2020
It’s easy to get lost chasing the newest, coolest, biggest thing. Or on the other hand hanging on to old, stale methods.