By Dean Shriver on Feb 8, 2012
Tithing is a volatile topic—even away from the pulpit. Dean Shriver suggests a novel approach to the "fuzzy edges" of tithing.
By Joe Mckeever on May 24, 2012
Proper preparation is not for the faint of heart. It takes prayer, study, and practice.
By James Davis on Jan 5, 2012
James O. Davis reminds preachers that the length of a presentation is not determined by the clock but by the crowd.
By Bill Hybels on Mar 1, 2010
Bill Hybels guides pastors and church leaders in the pulpit trying to navigate the sticky, delicate, important subject of sex.
By Larry Moyer on Mar 8, 2010
Larry Moyer advises pastors to beware of five misconceptions of God’s Word that can adversely affect our outreach to non-Christians.
By Chuck Fromm on Mar 15, 2010
Worship Leader magazine editor Chuck Fromm discusses the key imperative in a pastor establishing a meaningful relationship with his/her worship leader and team.
By Perry Noble on Mar 29, 2010
Perry Noble shares his seven-step philosophy on message preparation that has served his church and staff well.
By Rick Blackwood on Jan 9, 2012
Rick Blackwood helps preachers communicate God's Word in a form that is engaging, crystal clear, unforgettable, and more fun for the speaker.
By Joseph Stowell on Apr 26, 2010
Joseph Stowell says he loves preaching, but it's not like anything else he loves. Read this article and remember why you love to preach.
By Joe Mckeever on May 3, 2010
Why is it so difficult for pastors of all ages to preach Mother’s Day sermons? Pastor-to-pastors Joe McKeever gives some assistance.
By Michael Duduit on May 17, 2010
Preaching magazine editor Michael Duduit takes on the challenging task of naming the most important preachers from the recent past.
By Robert Fryling on Jun 7, 2010
Robert Fryling explores the human mind as a vital partner to the body and spirit in spiritual growth and renewal.
By Larry Moyer on Jun 21, 2010
Evangelism specialist Larry Moyer says there are five dangerous assumptions in preaching, and the extent of the damage they do may vary, but the fact that they are costly does not.
By Derwin Gray on Jun 28, 2010
Evangelism Linebacker Derwin Gray talks about how he became a better preacher by admiring NFL record-holder Jerry Rice.
By Eric Reed on Jul 5, 2010
When natural disasters, terrorist attacks, celebrity deaths, and political intrigue dominate the news, should pastors talk about them? And if so, how?
By Ed Stetzer on Jul 12, 2010
Ed Stetzer discusses the importance of transformation in the life of a Christian and offers points to assist the preacher in helping their congregation see it through.
By Philip Nation on Jul 26, 2010
Philip Nation offers preaching tips for pastors guiding a congregation to and through the life transformed in Christ.
By Bob Russell on Aug 23, 2010
Bob Russell encourages pastors and preachers who tiptoe around the topic of giving.
By Tom Mercer on Aug 30, 2010
Veteran pastor Tom Mercer explains the concept of oikos, a revolutionary concept in biblical community and ministry.
By Tim Keller on Sep 6, 2010
Many today reject the idea of final judgment and hell. Tim Keller advises pastors on how to deliver the very important biblical message to those who may not want to hear it.
By Kyle Idleman on Sep 27, 2010
Kyle Idleman offers his viewpoint on the difference between fans and followers of Jesus Christ.
By Larry Moyer on Oct 25, 2010
There are times when hell should never be mentioned in our preaching. In fact, when hell is mentioned during these times, it may dishonor Christ more than honor Him and do more disservice to the gospel than service.
By Stephen Gregory on Nov 1, 2010
What is a good sermon? How can I preach with confidence a message I have not had time to polish? Who am I seeking to please, anyway? Stephen Gregory seeks answers to these questions.
By James Davis on Nov 15, 2010
James O. Davis shares powerful principles from the life and ministry of the great preacher, Dr. Adrian Rogers.
By Andy Stanley on Nov 29, 2010
The Bible has its share of thou-shalts and thou-shalt-nots. But at the same time, the Bible talks an awful lot about grace. So which is it? Or if it’s both, how do they fit together?
By Rick Warren on Jan 17, 2011
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 Bruce Salmon on Jan 24, 2011
It's a high wire act, one of which OSHA would not approve — preaching without notes. Only the most extraordinarily gifted speaker can pull it off, or so I used to think. Find out why.
By Iain Murray on Jan 31, 2011
Dr. Iain Murray discusses why a number of circles today consider “expository preaching” in vogue, but warns against exclusively preaching that way for a number of reasons.
By Paul Caminiti on Feb 7, 2011
In North America, we have more Bibles than ever, but less and less real engagement. Why?
By Kenton Anderson on Feb 14, 2011
Preaching appears arrogant to people overwhelmed by the limitations of their perspective. Perspective becomes an asset as the preacher bears witness to God in the flesh.