By Paul Caminiti on Feb 7, 2011
In North America, we have more Bibles than ever, but less and less real engagement. Why?
By John Piper on Feb 20, 2012
"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 Richard Ganz on Nov 14, 2012
How a chance encounter changed one pastor's preaching forever, all because of a misunderstanding.
By Susan Hedahl on Apr 12, 2013
There are plenty of healing stories in the Scripture, but how do you present--and minister--healing?
By Danny Macmunn on Apr 24, 2014
Sometimes even the messenger is surprised at what the people hear.
By Nicholas Mcdonald on Aug 26, 2014
How do we invite people to use their imagination when we preach?
By Lance Witt on Jun 5, 2017
Growing in knowledge is important, but knowledge without relationship is dangerous. That was one of the big issues Jesus had with the Pharisees. They had biblical knowledge but their heart was far from God.
By Thomas Brown on Jul 10, 2017
Greater is the value of personal intimacy with God than busyness for him. Service must follow surrender and solitude.
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 Rich Villodas on Aug 8, 2017
I think I’m starting to learn to preach not as a preacher but to preach as a pastor. There’s a world of difference between the two.
By John Piper on Aug 25, 2017
“Think over what I say,” commands the Lord. How can a faithful student of the Bible do this without leaning on commentaries and scholars?