By Josh Reich on Feb 27, 2021
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 David L. Hansen on Nov 17, 2018
Saying "no" can help focus your ministry, your leadership and your preaching.
By Sermoncentral on Sep 10, 2019
"Sit on your ‘but’ and let grace stand alone," says Karl Vaters.
By Carey Nieuwhof on Jun 24, 2020
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 Apr 25, 2019
Why not simply read a bit of Bible and then say what you want to say, making the odd vague connection? This passes for preaching in many places.
By David J. Lose on Oct 15, 2020
Other than saying, "We ought to be thankful," what is there to say?
By Sermoncentral on Jan 25, 2021
We should take notice of what Jesus did not say in the Great Commission. He did not say, “Go therefore and make converts of as many people as possible.”
By John Piper on Jul 6, 2018
"There are few things that burden me more or refresh me more than saying what I see in the Bible. I love to savor it. And I love to say it."
By Joshua Pease on Sep 5, 2017
Perhaps Graham’s wisest counsel in the post comes not from what he says, but what he doesn’t say.
By Peter Mead on Oct 1, 2020
Three key factors to keep in mind about the people who listen to what we say.
By Ray Hollenbach on Jul 24, 2021
Preaching the cross is powerful and necessary, but there is more for us to say.
By Rob Pochek on Dec 4, 2018
Everyone says they want change, so what's the problem?
By Lance Witt on Feb 9, 2021
I confess to you that I am a hurrier. I wish I had a dollar for every time my kids have heard me say in an agitated tone “Hurry up!” Sometimes I walk in a hurry and leave my wife behind. When I have to wait in line, or a flight gets delayed, or there is dead time in a worship service, or someone is telling a long story, I find myself internally saying, “Could you please hurry up?”
By Randy Alcorn on Jan 10, 2018
The pain was great, but God’s grace rose to the occasion. Despite his heartbreak, Spafford could say without pretense, “It is well with my soul.”
By Sermoncentral on Mar 16, 2019
I've been preaching for 30 years. At some point I have to run out of things to say, right? Actually, at hundreds of points I have run out of things to say!