By Joe Hoagland on Jul 24, 2017
Have you ever considered how you might collaborate in sermon prep?
By Peter Mead on Sep 13, 2018
When's the last time you invested in some tools of the trade?
By Bill Couchenour on Nov 14, 2013
Is it possible to reach the U.S. for Jesus in less than a decade by cutting sermon prep time in half?
By Eric Mckiddie on Nov 13, 2013
No matter where you are on the prep-time spectrum, it should comfort you to know that well-known preachers span the entire spectrum.
By Tony Evans on Jun 20, 2014
Tim Challies relies on prayer and prep—but he doesn't leave it to his memory. Here's his cheat-sheet.
By Brandon Kelley on Nov 16, 2017
"Sermon prep and sermon writing can be hard. Often times, it can even be painful. Anything seems better to be doing when we get stuck in a sermon prep and writing rut. But we all know that the work is worth it. The pain is worth it. The plodding is worth it."
By H.b. Charles, Jr. on Sep 25, 2019
You need your own system for sermon prep. But whatever system you choose should include these three elements.
By Brandon Kelley on May 13, 2019
Listen in as pastors share real-life examples of sermmon prep.
By Peter Mead on Sep 8, 2018
Commentaries are resources for preachers, not sources for sermons. Watch out for these three pitfalls when using commentaries in your sermon prep and delivery.
By Sermoncentral on Sep 30, 2013
Dr. Mack King Carter's preaching advice for studying and sermon prep is worth listening to more than once.
By Sermoncentral on Jan 30, 2020
Judah Smith takes his congregation on a tour through the forest. What's your sermon prep?
By Chris Surber on Feb 26, 2019
God feels far away. Everybody at home is mad at you. Even the dog won’t talk to you. What do you do when you need to do sermon prep but you just aren’t feeling it?
By Sermoncentral on Jul 20, 2013
LifeWay's Thom Rainer took a Twitter poll to see how much time most preachers give to sermon preparation. Where do you fall on the scale?
By Sherman Haywood Cox on Dec 4, 2014
If you have never asked yourself this question, you might end up preaching to the mind while steering totally clear of the soul.
By Sherman Haywood Cox on Sep 25, 2014
You could study and prep for 100 hours and still find something wrong with the sermon. Eventually, it's time to stand and deliver.