By Peter Mead on Oct 17, 2011
Just because we feel strongly about our message doesn't mean we should strong-arm our listeners.
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 Eric Geiger on Oct 1, 2013
For a pastor who longs to faithfully feed people the Word of God, there are few statements that sting as deeply.
By Ron Edmondson on Jan 27, 2012
Are you too nice as a leader? Maybe it's time to put away the "nice hat," at least temporarily, to address the issues and problems impacting your ministry or leadership team.
By Norman Geisler on Apr 4, 2014
It's never easy, but Norman Geisler offers sure guidance on this slippery question.
By Sherman Cox on Jul 31, 2015
Address people where they are, but take them to another place to meet the Sovereign of the Universe.
By Karl Vaters on Oct 5, 2017
"We’re always decrying the rise of the consumer culture within the church. But how should we expect people to act when pastors act like CEOs marketing Jesus as a product?"
By Joe Mckeever on Apr 25, 2013
You know the saying, "Let go, and let God." That's a fine idea ... and sometimes not.
By Joe Mckeever on Sep 12, 2014
The problem, of course, is not with Scripture. The problem is with us.
By Matt Brough on Feb 5, 2019
One of the challenges for preachers who have been preaching for some time is that it is much easier to coast, to do less preparation and to simply rely on your experience.
By Brandon Kelley on Nov 28, 2017
"You can make the next time you attend a conference worth your while."
By Carey Nieuwhof on Jul 17, 2017
Ever think that growth will solve all your problems?
By Rob Pochek on Dec 4, 2018
Everyone says they want change, so what's the problem?
By Chris Surber on Jan 19, 2019
Life isn't a series of problems to be solved. It is a journey to be lived out.
By Carey Nieuwhof on Jan 2, 2018
What makes leaders great is not that they stop making mistakes. What makes them great is how they handle their mistakes.