By James Scott on Aug 27, 2012
You have to preach to the audience you have rather than the one you dream of having.
By Trevin Wax on Apr 7, 2018
Trevin Wax uncovers seven often used urban preaching myths and encourages pastors to verify sources, illustrations, and stories before preaching.
By Brady Boyd on Apr 28, 2018
"I think it is great when pastors are candid about their own struggles. But there are times when the pastor can share way too much information and actually cause people to stumble."
By Joe Mckeever on Sep 22, 2011
Alone, catchy points on sermon outlines cannot move people any more than a skeleton will move with no meat on its bones.
By Steve Murrell on Jul 18, 2012
"Unlike many modern preachers, Paul refused to edit out the difficult parts of the message. He insisted on preaching the whole gospel."
By Scott Anderson on Nov 3, 2012
During this critical election season, we have the privilege and the obligation to take a stand for the values we believe in.
By H.b. Charles, Jr. on Mar 21, 2013
Simply put: "Milk a lot of cows. But churn your own butter."
By Sherman Cox on Sep 6, 2013
Sherman Cox warns, "There's an inclination today to resort to tactics and tricks to manufacture a connection to the congregation that is neither real nor helpful."
By H.b. Charles, Jr. on Jul 19, 2016
To be honest, I have had to shoo flies in the pulpit many times. If you are a preacher, so have you. No, not literal flies (I hope). But preachers regularly have to push through various distractions.
By Peter Mead on Jul 31, 2017
5 Tips on how to avoid landmines when using humor in the pulpit.
By Peter Mead on Oct 5, 2018
God is not boring. The Bible is not boring. So why is some preaching boring?
By Kevin Larson on Jun 20, 2018
Do you want to preach God’s word for the long haul? Take regular weeks off to let God refill your tank and let others feed your soul.
By Outreach Magazine on Jul 11, 2018
Busy teaching pastors need time away from the pulpit to study, pray, rest, and refocus on the goal.
By Nathan Rouse on Jul 19, 2012
This addiction to "new" is breaking churches and ruining the credibility of those that minister in the pulpit. We need pastors that won't leave; we need pastors that will cleave.
By Leslie Holmes on Mar 26, 2014
"Really smart preachers who know who they are, whose they are and who called them demonstrate that by a healthy dose of fear."