By Calvin Miller on Aug 5, 2020
"After 70 years of study, I still have no idea as to when it will be, and yet I never cease preaching it."
By Jon Bloom on Dec 29, 2017
“But when the fullness of time had come, God sent forth his Son” (Galatians 4:4).
By Dr. Andreas Kostenberger on Dec 6, 2016
Jesus’s birth did not come in a vacuum. His coming was the culmination of centuries, even millennia, of mounting expectation of the coming Messiah and Savior of humankind.
By Sermoncentral on Jan 12, 2013
Coming in March: the scriptures come to life in a fresh presentation.
By Sermoncentral on Apr 3, 2021
"As Jesus was raised to come back to live on Earth, so we will be raised to come back to live on Earth."
By Josh Reich on Jan 28, 2017
Have you had a guest come to your church who seem excited but never come back?
By Wayne Cordeiro on Jul 19, 2011
"Congregations that never laugh find that forgiveness comes hard. In a church that laughs easily, forgiveness also comes easily. Allow your spirit to be lifted by laughter. It will do more than just improve your communication, it will change your church."
By David J. Lose on Apr 4, 2018
When a sermon includes the following seven central elements, and when the Holy Spirit is present, something happens—the Word comes alive and people come to faith.
By Steve Murrell on Nov 30, 2018
Do you hesitate when it comes to preaching the "whole" will of God?
By Nathan Aaseng on Nov 30, 2015
Nathan Aaseng's vision of stewardship comes from the Christmas tradition of giving gifts.
By Thom Schultz on Nov 7, 2020
When it comes to determining the perfect sermon length, we need to know the limitations of the medium.
By Ben Mandrell on Aug 6, 2018
If the "preacher population" is shrinking, perhaps you have a role to play that could impact generations to come.
By Dan Reiland on Jun 2, 2017
Leaders who are fully engaged in their mission fight battles. There is no way to avoid battles if you want to make progress consistently. New territory is never easy, and it always comes at a price. Life never grants a free ride, and leaders don’t receive a “get out of jail free” card when it comes to solving serious problems. The good news is that we don’t fight alone.
By Peter Mead on Jan 21, 2019
One key dimension tends to be overlooked when we talk about hermeneutics: the interpreter's heart.
By Sermoncentral on Jan 11, 2020
Does your misery love company? Come sit next to Thom Rainer a while.