By Bob Hostetler on Sep 5, 2013
Break free from the prison of the auditory. You can reach all five senses.
By Bob Hostetler on Oct 17, 2019
One pastor's list of how he has engaged all the senses through his preaching. Have you ever tried?
By Sermoncentral on Sep 9, 2013
As preachers, it's our starting point, our text. Perhaps sometimes we should share the big picture of "why."
By Peter Mead on Nov 21, 2019
Part of the preacher's role is to slow people down and to help them make sense of what the text is actually saying.
By Peter Mead on Jan 10, 2014
People long for the preacher to have a deep sense of consistency.
By Gracia Grindal on Jun 13, 2012
Practical advice on what works--and what doesn't--in your sermon.
By Sermoncentral on Feb 18, 2017
Where does our sense of identity come from? This is the crucial question, the pinnacle of the problem.
By Lance Witt on Feb 6, 2017
Looking back, I see that obscurity allowed God to redirect my sense of identity and significance.
By Karl Vaters on Apr 24, 2017
Principles that make sense in a big church don't always work in a smaller one.
By Ron Edmondson on Dec 23, 2016
Several years ago, to prepare for a Christmas message, I consulted with two professional Christian counselors in our church.
By Tony Reinke on May 1, 2017
We all seem to sense that — for good or bad — our smartphones are changing us, our habits, and our relationships.
By Peter Mead on Feb 21, 2017
People can usually sense if you are not being genuine.
By David J. Lose on Oct 6, 2020
Your sense of why you preach shapes each and every sermon you deliver. Do you know why you preach?
By Sermoncentral on Nov 21, 2018
The Christian life, from the beginning to end, is a life of extraordinary grace. Saying "thank you" just makes sense.
By Joe Mckeever on Jun 13, 2019
You brought a sermon you knew beyond a doubt was from the Lord and inspired of God.Halfway through, you could sense the congregation’s minds wandering. How could this happen?