By Perry Noble on Feb 24, 2012
One question means you'll never preach a good sermon, the other leads to success time and again.
By Perry Noble on Oct 10, 2013
Write these down and keep them in your Bible. In those final moments before you take the pulpit, challenge yourself!
By Bob Hostetler on Nov 29, 2013
Bob Hostetler has applied this list to himself for years. What can you use from it?
By Bob Hostetler on Jul 11, 2015
Bob Hostetler has a penetrating set of questions as part of his sermon prep. Perhaps they could help us all.
By Norman Geisler on Apr 4, 2014
It's never easy, but Norman Geisler offers sure guidance on this slippery question.
By J.s. Park on Nov 3, 2018
After you have your three points, consulted all the commentaries and fit in your illustrations, then it's time to get real.
By Ron Edmondson on Nov 8, 2016
I have learned in my years of leadership – I only know what I know. And, many times I don’t know much.
By Andy Stanley on Feb 12, 2018
Andy Stanley: "When it comes to asking the right questions, there are three areas in particular that leaders should focus on."
By Marion Clark on Jan 19, 2018
There is a great need for Christian counselors with the expertise to unravel the problems of life. The more a pastor is equipped in this area, the better they will be able to serve the members of their church who are facing difficulties and trials.
By Colin Adams on Mar 29, 2018
Megachurch pastor Matt Chandler answers queries from Colin Adams about the importance of preaching, his preparation, and the responsibilities of a teaching pastor.
By Colin Adams on May 19, 2011
Colin Adams interviews Tim Keller about the greatest perils in preaching, sermon prep, and balancing the demands of leadership.
By Sherman Cox on Apr 10, 2012
How long is too long? Let's just say many preachers overestimate their ability to hold an audience.
By Joel Mayward on Jan 12, 2016
You've done the prep, you've put in the time. These five questions will finish the job.
By David Lose on Jun 3, 2014
It's often the really challenging passages that yield the most interesting sermons.
By Colin Adams on Apr 30, 2018
"Early in my ministry, I needed twenty-plus hours to prepare. By now, the disciplines are more streamlined. I average perhaps ten hours or so," says Ortlund.