By Philip Ryken on May 14, 2014
John Calvin, the great reformer, is an excellent model if you're looking to develop your preaching skills.
By Dr. Frank D. Macchia on Jan 7, 2014
Practical advice whether you're a novice or an experienced hand. Check this list.
By Dr. R. Larry Moyer on May 8, 2019
How do you rate on the two critical skills every preacher needs?
By Sermoncentral on Feb 13, 2019
Brandon Cox challenges us to ask ourselves the tough questions about a core value.
By Jim Martin on Apr 13, 2020
In this two-part series on better preaching, Jim Martin offers ten tips for more effective preaching every Sunday.
By H.b. Charles, Jr. on Nov 18, 2016
Even skilled, prepared, and experienced preachers get nervous at preaching time. If they do not, they should.
By Sermoncentral on Sep 6, 2018
You can be a charismatic, skilled communicator and still promote the performance-driven, legalistic trap of pharisaism.
By Sherman Haywood Cox on Oct 16, 2020
Sherman Cox reminds us, "We all have heard preachers with all the skills of great orators, but something is missing."
By Mike Miller on Nov 20, 2013
Good preachers must develop the extra skill of "congregational exegesis."
By Peter Mead on Jul 31, 2017
5 Tips on how to avoid landmines when using humor in the pulpit.
By Adrian Pei on Oct 12, 2020
If you’re a good speaker and skilled with people, you have the ability to use that your advantage.
By Lane Sebring on Mar 1, 2017
I want to show you why I believe the often neglected step of rehearsing the sermon is essential to great sermon delivery.
By Sherman Haywood Cox on Jul 3, 2012
Sherman Cox: "Sermons with or without notes should eliminate irrelevant asides. By irrelevant, I mean that they are not connected to your sermon’s main point."
By Adrian Pei on Nov 20, 2014
When a leader admits his or her weaknesses in front of an audience, I think to myself, "That's great ... how will you follow that up?"
By Charles Stone on Jan 11, 2017
Mindfulness is a spiritual discipline akin to biblical meditation. It’s setting aside daily time to be still before God, to be in His presence in the present moment.