By Francis Chan on Oct 22, 2011
Francis Chan shares a powerful sermon illustration about living for God in the short time we have on this earth. Use this illustration in an upcoming message about the importance of living with an eternal focus.
By Joe Mckeever on Sep 21, 2016
You’re sitting in his church listening to him preach. He’s not five minutes into the message before you realize Mr. Hotshot is appearing before you in the flesh. His words and mannerisms give him away.
By Lance Witt on Aug 22, 2016
In your opinion, what is the most important word in the Bible?
And you can’t say God or Jesus.
By Kyle Strobel on Oct 15, 2018
If they were important to Jonathan Edwards, they should be important to you!
By Darrin Patrick on Dec 1, 2011
Darrin Patrick provides a powerful illustration of the important role men have played in the history of the church and their importance in the future.
By Peter Mead on Sep 2, 2019
Peter Mead explains why "preaching for Monday morning" is not the most important application in your sermon.
By Marshall Segal on Nov 18, 2017
"The recipe for good rebuke involves far more than one ingredient, but one ingredient may be the most important."
By Peter Mead on Jun 27, 2018
It's important to think about what to include in your sermon, but it's probably just as important to carefully decide what to exclude. Learn how (and where) to trim your sermon down with these tips from Peter Mead.
By Peter Mead on Feb 4, 2021
Defining legalism carefully is vitally important. It is important for each follower of Christ. It is a serious business to discount a restriction as legalism when it actually is displeasing to the One who loved us and gave Himself for us.
By Sermoncentral on May 11, 2013
Jay Pathak discusses an important relationship -- the link between worship and sermon.
By Chuck Lawless on Dec 7, 2019
Ten important reasons to never let yourself become cavalier about your preaching.
By Sermoncentral on Jun 25, 2019
TRITE / (Adjective) Overused and consequently of little import, lacking originality or freshness.
By Brian Orme on Jun 14, 2019
What you think about your preaching while preparing your message might be just as important as the words you say when you deliver it.
By Bill Couchenour on Jan 31, 2013
Relationships are more important to church growth than preaching, media or music. How are yours?
By Steven Furtick on May 24, 2011
The words you speak should move people on a personal level. They should grip their hearts and make application to their lives personally.