By Matt Perman on Jul 24, 2013
Matt Perman from Desiring God sets the record straight on what flies and what doesn't in the area of studying other's sermons.
By Tom Long on Jun 2, 2012
Tom Long suggests two radically different ways to prepare to preach--for the same message!
By Greg Stier on Feb 7, 2012
Greg Stier can identify with the words of the Apostle Paul: “I came to you in weakness with great fear and trembling.”
By Joe Mckeever on May 8, 2015
Let's face it: We're out of our league when trying to address the unique needs faced by mothers.
By Ron Edmondson on Dec 23, 2016
Several years ago, to prepare for a Christmas message, I consulted with two professional Christian counselors in our church.
By Lane Sebring on Mar 21, 2015
She took my hand, which was freezing cold, leaned over and whispered, "Are you nervous? Your hand is freezing." I nodded, "Yep."
By Paul Caminiti on Mar 16, 2018
In North America, we have more Bibles than ever, but less and less real engagement. Why?
By John Mcclure on Jan 15, 2019
Overcome slow starts by taking a knife to your opening!
By Peter Mead on Sep 10, 2018
Another year. Another year of preaching. So why do we do it?
By Larry Moyer on Jul 6, 2011
God wants a church to grow because it's winning the lost to Christ and discipling them to reach others.
By Ron Forseth on Oct 11, 2018
Five common objections to preaching grace and how to overcome them.
By Charles Stone on May 23, 2017
Leaders often run into invisible brain barriers when they attempt change. Ignoring them can slow or stonewall a progress.
By David Lose on Aug 29, 2014
Perhaps our largest challenge is to overcome the disconnect most Christians experience between what we do on Sunday and what we do the rest of the week.
By David Asscherick on Oct 20, 2012
David Asscherick suggests there's no reason to "go" to preach unless your life is already preaching.
By Lance Witt on Jul 31, 2017
There will be a day that feels like a normal day, but there is a devastating hurricane about to hit your team. It is the hurricane of a moral failure by one of your team members. But if you have prepared, it won’t be a “freak out” moment, it will be a “let’s execute our hurricane plan” moment.