By Chris Surber on Sep 9, 2015
"Can I call her up to the front on Sunday morning, have her sit in front of the congregation and use her sin as an example?”
By Norman Geisler on Mar 20, 2018
The topic of evil offers many onramps to preaching powerful sermons and proclaiming the gospel. Dr. Norman Geisler offers insight for preaching and pastoral conversations.
By Pete Wilson on May 16, 2012
Pete Wilson is grateful for the day when someone finally put a clock on his preaching.
By Joel Mayward on Jan 12, 2016
You've done the prep, you've put in the time. These five questions will finish the job.
By Tyler Scarlett on Feb 28, 2014
The sermon's not done until you sharpen the point. Here are four excellent ways to do it.
By Sherman Cox on Feb 26, 2013
It's happened to all of us: you're preaching, and a new thought pops into your head. Do you add an "aside" to your sermon?
By Frank Macchia on Jan 7, 2014
Practical advice whether you're a novice or an experienced hand. Check this list.
By Ray Hollenbach on Aug 22, 2015
The bottom line is this: Church is God’s idea, and we ignore it at our peril.
By Rick Warren on Mar 12, 2015
What you learned in seminary isn't the only way to develop great sermons. Rick Warren offers practical advice based on years of experience.
By Peter Mead on Aug 8, 2015
Every illustration should "let the light in." Do yours?
By Perry Noble on Aug 29, 2011
As a leader in ministry, we are going to be attacked, especially if we are having an impact in the areas in which we are planted.
By Ray Hollenbach on Apr 2, 2012
We want to embrace the resurrection, but Good Friday is an opportunity to remind your people that Jesus calls us to the Cross, too.
By Sherman Cox on May 29, 2012
Stories are powerful, but how do we make the points of our sermon while keeping the integrity of the Bible story that we are preaching?
By Michael Catt on Jul 28, 2018
Michael Catt: "We endanger the call, art, and gift of preaching when we make it about style instead of substance."
By Ron Allen on Aug 19, 2014
It seems like a no-brainer, yet preachers rarely seek direct input from listeners about how we might improve our preaching.