By Peter Mead on Feb 1, 2010
The Bible is relevant. We don't need to "make it relevant," but we do need to demonstrate how it is relevant.
By Rick Ezell on Mar 30, 2018
Use these methods to practically reach people suffering from real hurts, problems, doubts, fears, and anxieties gnawing at their faith.
By Chris Surber on Mar 23, 2017
In all of our efforts to be relevant are we forgetting the mysterious beauty of God?
By Peter Mead on Jul 29, 2016
A preaching ministry is built on a whole set of convictions. Convictions about God, the Gospel, about people, about ministry.
By Sherman Haywood Cox on Dec 3, 2018
Sherman Cox takes up Will Willimon's challenge to preachers everywhere.
By Charles Stone on Oct 2, 2019
Good news! There are ways we can help people pay more attention to our sermons.
By Charles Stone on Nov 15, 2016
One of the most disconcerting feelings we pastors experience is when we prepare a sermon and pour our heart into it, yet feel that it didn’t make a difference in people’s lives.
By Charles Arn on Jul 24, 2014
The most important thing has to do with your sermon topics. They should address people's life issues and questions about the faith.
By Peter Mead on Nov 13, 2014
Peter Mead presents five big questions you should ask after you've studied the text.
By Sermoncentral on Mar 24, 2020
In this video John Piper answers the question, "What Bible passages do you use to base your claims about how we should preach?"
By Craig Groeschel on Apr 5, 2018
Craig Groeschel discusses the challenge of preaching with simplicity, practicality, and relevance while remaining spiritual enough to change lives.
By Ben Mandrell on Jul 24, 2018
God has called preachers to be faithful rather than successful. How can we be sure we are staying true to the call?
By Rick Ezell on Apr 9, 2018
Can your preaching hit a home run week in and week out? Sunday comes every seven days whether your sermon is prepared or not.
By Joe Hoagland on Aug 2, 2017
The Bible is wholly relevant to the modern person’s life sometimes it just takes some work for us to figure that out. The idea of making a “timeless truth” central to your sermon is important in communicating God’s Word in a postmodern age.
By Rev. Burk Parsons on Jan 13, 2018
If we are to redirect the current paths of young people, we must begin in the church by taking up the charge to come alongside younger men and women, and teach them the old, ancient values of God's Word.