By Sermoncentral on Apr 16, 2020
God has given you so many limitations because he loves you.
By Josh Reich on Jan 31, 2018
I think hospitality has the power to change the relationships we have. It is that powerful.
By Sermoncentral on Sep 27, 2017
Does the size of a church always speak of its faithfulness?
By Jonathan Herron on Jan 25, 2018
Jesus said his disciples would be known by their radical love for one-another, (John 15:12).
By Kathleen And Kevin-Neil Ward on Nov 4, 2014
More and more Christians meet weekly to share a meal and love one another as a community. Instead of attending "regular church," they listen to a podcast sermon in their own time.
By Sermoncentral on Sep 12, 2015
"I was so moved that the desire to say it again another way kept urging me on. So I wrote this."
By Peter Mead on Sep 10, 2018
Another year. Another year of preaching. So why do we do it?
By Joe Mckeever on Apr 23, 2021
“They will still bear fruit in old age. They will be full of sap and very green…” (Psalm 92:14).
All generalizations are false. Including this one.
Every rule has its exceptions. Including this one.
Even so, I’m going to make some general statements about seniors.
By Carey Nieuwhof on Nov 4, 2016
What if this one generation actually just sacrificed for the sake of another? What if they gave up their preferences in music, style and taste so that others could come to know Christ?
By Peter Mead on Dec 2, 2020
Your sermon outline looks so good on paper, but how you transition from one point to another is just as important.
By Ron Edmondson on Aug 17, 2017
Do you want people to get along, support one another, and join forces to achieve the vision? Of course you do. All leaders want their teams to cooperate.
By Ray Hollenbach on Feb 16, 2016
We have created a Christendom where we can choose churches the way most people choose restaurants: according to our individual tastes. How can we grow in grace when we a free to wander from one family to another?
By C. Christopher Smith on Nov 1, 2019
If we re-cast preaching as a kind of "slow reading," we might lead our congregations into deeper engagement with the biblical text--and with one another.
By Lance Witt on Oct 22, 2020
In the middle of this election year, the amount of vicious attack and trash talking has reached a new high (or low). I think it is time that we as pastors take the lead in helping our congregations and communities know how to treat one another.
By Joe Mckeever on Oct 21, 2017
"A pastor’s wife’s greatest ministry is to her husband first, and her children second."