By Peter Mead on Apr 28, 2020
Just because we feel strongly about our message doesn't mean we should strong-arm our listeners.
By Sermoncentral on Jan 5, 2017
What enthralls us determines how we prioritize our lives.
By Ken Davis on Jan 22, 2019
Do you sometimes find yourself preaching only because "Sunday is coming"?
By Ken Davis on Jul 10, 2018
You may think it can be hidden, but when you lose your passion for the pulpit your congregation can hear the difference. Recapture the fire!
By Mark Dever on Jul 16, 2012
Six pastors define and discuss their passionate calling to expositional preaching.
By Lance Witt on Oct 9, 2017
"There is nothing worse than trying to inspire people to be passionate about God when you have little or no passion yourself. There is nothing more empty feeling than trying to connect people to God when you feel disconnected from God."
By Josh Reich on Jul 3, 2019
If a pastor isn’t careful, he will only preach on the things he finds important.
By Kevin Harney on May 28, 2018
If your church is struggling to invest in reaching your community and the world, ask yourself this question: Are we a church that is on fire with a passion for God?
By Sermoncentral on Feb 20, 2020
Invest ten minutes and come away with new energy, new passion, and new perspective for your calling.
By Tim Coressel on Oct 8, 2019
From the moment you "close in prayer," that message you labored over for hours will begin to fade in the minds of your audience.
By Carey Nieuwhof on May 3, 2017
If you were to focus on just a handful of key principles to master in leadership, which would you focus on?
By Lane Sebring on Nov 18, 2019
She took my hand, which was freezing cold, leaned over and whispered, "Are you nervous? Your hand is freezing." I nodded, "Yep."
By Stephen Witmer on Jan 9, 2017
Many of us lived as people pleasers in 2016. We squandered too much thought, energy, and passion pursuing praise from others.
By Thom Rainer on Oct 17, 2017
"Words have meaning. And if church members start articulating words consistently, those words begin to reflect the priorities and passions of the church."
By Steven Furtick on Jun 8, 2011
If you want your church or organization to reach its full potential, you have to get the people with back-row complacency to have front-row enthusiasm and motivation.