By Lori Hatcher on Nov 27, 2017
"Here are three things about this popular verse you may never have noticed."
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.
By James Macdonald on Sep 13, 2011
James MacDonald: 5 Things We Do Instead of Preach the Word
By Rick Long on Jun 11, 2018
Does preaching for life-change always produce a watered down message?
By Larry Moyer on Jul 5, 2018
Larry Moyer says "Hardened hearts need to hear from a communicator, not a speaker." Can you bridge the span to a hard audience?
By Mark Dever on Jul 26, 2018
When you preach, who is your audience? Mark Dever suggests these three groups.
By Bill Hybels on Feb 4, 2013
Bill Hybels, a seasoned church planter with nearly 40 years' experience, shares his insights on how church planting has changed.
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 Tony Evans on Feb 12, 2014
Pastor Tony Evans digs deep into what it means to "know God."
By David Lose on Jun 3, 2014
It's often the really challenging passages that yield the most interesting sermons.
By Peter Mead on Aug 28, 2014
The truth is that our entire world is upside down. Every cell in this universe is corrupted by the fall.
By Lane Sebring on Oct 23, 2015
Great leaders set high expectations and truly believe their church is capable of meeting them.
By Lance Witt on Feb 5, 2016
Preaching is not only about only about communication technique and accurately “dividing the Word”. The best preaching flows from a healthy soul.
By Joe Mckeever on Mar 30, 2016
You ask the question and–this is critical–you remain standing. You are not just expressing a point of view, you are asking for answers. And you are doing so in such a sweet manner, no one can accuse you of trying to stir up anything.
By Brandon Kelley on May 28, 2016
What happens when leaders get passionately divided? Church splits. Or worse.1 If leaders get divided and don’t reconcile, they can become viruses within the body of the local church that leads to a slow death.