By Sermoncentral on Dec 15, 2012
Neil Greathouse from Newlifechurch.tv encourages ministry leaders to shape their strategy for Christmas services based on their unique audience.
By Dave Browning on May 23, 2011
For some Christian leaders, an hour-long service can be viewed as too short, if not restrictive. For the people we are trying to reach, however, an hour may seem long, if not excessive.
By Josh Reich on Dec 23, 2015
An extra service this week doesn't have to be a chore: it just has to be authentic.
By Maurilio Amorim on Dec 9, 2013
Don't wait until the last minute. Maurilio Amorim has three great ideas for you right now.
By Joe Mckeever on Dec 6, 2018
The carnal mind will never understand the things of God. But do we?
By Diana Davis on Mar 20, 2020
Need a few fresh ideas to keep your Sunday service from predictable sameness?
By Lane Sebring on Dec 6, 2019
These practices will help you make sure you preach your best at every service, every Sunday.
By Josh Reich on Dec 20, 2017
Christmas Eve is coming, and millions of people will walk into a church to experience something. But what will they get when they walk into your church or mine?
By Mark Pierce on Sep 16, 2020
Using just 7-10 minutes of your service, you can have children asking to come back to church. Here's how.
By Maurilio Amorim on Dec 8, 2012
Maurilio Amorim gives practical ideas for integrating your Christmas program with the church's larger mission.
By Miles Mcpherson on Jul 20, 2020
"A Do Something Church® is a church body that is committed to doing what Jesus did while in His body with the intent of establishing Pervasive Hope."
By Jeremy Roberts on Oct 19, 2020
Technology meets preparation. Pastor Jeremy Roberts shows how he uses everyone's favorite toy in the service of preaching.
By David J. Lose on Nov 26, 2014
This is the way thanksgiving always works--in giving thanks for a gift given, we are blessed again.
By Rachel Wrenn on May 24, 2019
"Mildred" loves the Lord, shows up early for service--and falls asleep nearly every week. What to do?
By Barry Whitlow on Mar 8, 2012
YouTube is an everyday slice of life--your congregation views on-line video every day. Why aren't you using video in your messages?