By David Hansen on Nov 17, 2018
Saying "no" can help focus your ministry, your leadership and your preaching.
By Joe Mckeever on Sep 4, 2015
In his career as a pastor and preacher, you can bet Joe McKeever has probably heard them at.
By Marshall Segal on Jul 9, 2016
When was the last time someone told you you were wrong?
If you can’t remember, you may have reason to be concerned. Sometimes the most loving thing someone can do for us is point out an error or inconsistency in the way we think or live.
By Michael Duduit on Dec 20, 2016
Stories transport us into another world. They hold our attention.
By Carol Pipes on Nov 5, 2012
According to LifeWay research, the vast majority of pastors stay away from this sensitive area.
By Joe Mckeever on Apr 6, 2016
There is a danger turning faith into fairy tale for our own comfort. At the same time it may help us to approach someone with biblical truths after we understand their line of thinking.
By Josh Reich on May 24, 2016
What happens then is the leader says no for the person without giving them a chance to say yes or no. Would that person say no? I have no idea and neither do you.
By Carey Nieuwhof on Aug 15, 2016
Here are 7 things bad leaders say. I only know this, because, over the years, I’ve caught myself thinking or even saying some of these things.
By Peter Mead on Sep 6, 2017
Preachers speak, but we don’t talk about everything. If you are a preacher you may read this series and find some encouragement that you are not alone. If you know a preacher you may read this and find some understanding that you did not have before.
By Ben Witherington Iii on Aug 18, 2012
Asbury Seminary theologian Ben Witherington III speaks to the point in this engaging seven-minute video.
By Peter Mead on Sep 8, 2017
This series looks at seven things preachers never say. Last time we thought about the burden of expectation. How about this for another: The negative outcomes of both criticism and apathy.
By Rowan Williams on Aug 11, 2012
Anglican Archbishop Rowan Williams presents a surprising--and thoughtful--view of what it means to be the church. See if you agree.
By Hershael York on Aug 18, 2014
"Preachers should not tell jokes for one reason only: They don't do it well. In fact, they do it badly."
By Chris Surber on Dec 29, 2014
People usually listen closely to your first words--and your last. Make them meaningful.
By Karl Vaters on Jun 16, 2017
Don’t just get the content right. Consider how it might feel to the hurting pastors who need your help the most.