By Rick Warren on Mar 12, 2018
I'll say it over and over: The purpose of preaching is obedience. That is why you should always preach for response, aiming for people to act on what is said.
By Joe Mckeever on Feb 26, 2020
Alone, catchy points on sermon outlines cannot move people any more than a skeleton will move with no meat on its bones.
By Sermoncentral on Dec 18, 2020
Peddlers are driven by greed for money and fear of pain. But let us preach Christ as the all-satisfying treasure and God-satisfying obedience.
By Steven Furtick on Feb 17, 2012
"God has never depended on your perfect preaching to save lives any more than He has your perfect obedience to save yourself."
By Dr. Stephen Nichols on Oct 25, 2017
Luther’s statement at Torgau on October 5, 1544, must be our watchword: “We can spare everything except the Word.”
By John Wimber on Sep 1, 2012
Is your preaching focused on the supernatural power of God or just mere words? Invite the extraordinary power of God into your sermon this Sunday and call the church to live in total obedience.
By Outreach, Inc. on Jul 14, 2018
"I don't think there is much you can do to become a preacher except know your Bible and be unbelievably excited about what's there."
By Peter Mead on Feb 4, 2021
Defining legalism carefully is vitally important. It is important for each follower of Christ. It is a serious business to discount a restriction as legalism when it actually is displeasing to the One who loved us and gave Himself for us.
By R. C. Sproul on Jan 16, 2018
One comment that Christian pastors sometimes hear from people they are counseling is that it would be easier for them to have a strong faith if they could see God doing the same kinds of miracles today as are recorded in the Bible.
By Ron Edmondson on Feb 10, 2021
Whether it’s church planting or encouraging church revitalization and growth of an existing church – if God calls you to it, and you are faithful to the call – you’ll feel His pleasure upon your obedience and service.
By Lori Hatcher on Nov 27, 2017
"Here are three things about this popular verse you may never have noticed."
By Thomas C. Brown on Aug 10, 2017
"He has not chosen the strong, but the weak. He has not recruited the mighty, but the frail. He has not selected those who think themselves capable and worthy, but those who know themselves deficient and disqualified apart from his cleansing, preserving, and empowering grace."