By Sermoncentral on Jan 11, 2013
This verse applies in so many ways: "Can a man carry fire next to his chest and his clothes not be burned?"
By Perry Noble on Dec 6, 2011
The costs of concealing sexual sin are far greater than the costs of confession and repentance.
By Sermoncentral on May 12, 2014
No pastor sets out to cheat on their spouse, but it happens all too frequently. Why?
By Melissa Kruger on Nov 29, 2018
It may be a sensitive area, but faithful preaching of all areas of Scripture produces faithful followers in all areas of life.
By Jared Moore on Feb 12, 2019
There's only one way to solve this: Get to the root of the problem. Jared Moore shows us how.
By Ed Stetzer on May 8, 2014
Guarding yourself takes work, can be awkward and is often inconvenient. But it's good stewardship.
By Sermoncentral on Mar 4, 2017
Let me to share some of the best responses I have heard from churches that have gone through this tragic time.
By Bill Hybels on Feb 8, 2018
Bill Hybels guides pastors and church leaders in the pulpit trying to navigate the sticky, delicate, important subject of sex.
By John Mcclure on Nov 16, 2011
John McClure: "The allegations of childhood sexual abuse at Penn State last week call for a response from the pulpit."
By Sermoncentral on Sep 22, 2016
There are no guaranteed steps to church growth. Because the church is people. And people don’t come with guarantees.
By Carey Nieuwhof on Jun 14, 2016
So as a church leader – as views on sexuality, family, parenting, drugs, finance and other values change – how do you respond? What do you do when the world for which you trained—maybe even the world where your approach was once effective—is disappearing before your eyes?
By Carey Nieuwhof on Jan 6, 2017
Obviously, some leaders have emotional or sexual affairs with people to whom they are not married. As heartbreaking, future-altering and faith-shattering as those affairs can be, there’s another kind of affair you’re actually far more likely to have.