By Larry Osborne on Jul 10, 2013
"I learned early on that if my preaching was to be powerful, it had to be memorable," says Larry Osborne.
By Jeff Clarke on Oct 12, 2017
“The essence of forgiveness is absorbing pain instead of giving it.” – Timothy Keller
By Tim Peters on Aug 29, 2018
When you receive too many messages, you receive no messages. How many messages is your church sending?
By Rich Nathan on Jun 1, 2013
The message may be timeless, but the way we communicate must be flexible while remaining true to the biblical view.
By Peter Mead on Nov 6, 2012
Experienced preachers know the real challenge is in what to leave out of a sermon.
By Craig Groeschel on Apr 20, 2018
Craig Groeschel encourages pastors to make sure they don't miss the key ingredient for authenticity in preaching.
By Larry Moyer on May 4, 2018
Larry Moyer: "For me, it all starts by communicating ten words: 'Christ died for our sins and rose from the dead.'"
By Larry Moyer on Aug 3, 2013
Assuming the wrong things can cost us our audience. There are five dangerous assumptions in preaching. The damage they do may vary, but the fact that they are costly does not.
By Joe Mckeever on Mar 8, 2018
Joe McKeever dares you to consider re-preaching a topic--or even a sermon--to your congregation.
By Peter Mead on Dec 26, 2018
Where are people looking as they leave? If we're not careful, they will walk out with gaze firmly fixed on self.
By Mark Mohler on Sep 26, 2011
Sermons are not made for paper; they are made for people. We should listen before we preach.
By Mark Batterson on Jan 25, 2012
An interview with Mark Batterson discussing rabbinic stories and how to "pray circles" around your sermon.
By Dallas Willard on Sep 2, 2013
Right up until his passing, Dallas Willard encouraged preachers and pastors to focus on what's most important.
By Todd Wagner on Mar 5, 2014
God's "piano" has 66 keys, but it can be used to play all types of music.
By Carl Trueman on Jul 14, 2014
Years ago I caused trouble when I started my message by declaring that it really did not matter if the pastor was an adulterer or not.