By Sherman Cox on Oct 21, 2019
It's alright to allow your own pains and hurts to show. If Jesus could, then we can.
By Sherman Cox on Dec 4, 2013
Sherman Cox explores the meaning of "as you go ... "
By Sherman Cox on Jun 1, 2015
Sherman Cox has a straightforward message: You are at war.
By Sherman Cox on Dec 3, 2018
Sherman Cox takes up Will Willimon's challenge to preachers everywhere.
By Sherman Cox on Sep 11, 2014
Do you ALWAYS have to start with a text? Sherman Cox says "no."
By Sherman Cox on Nov 20, 2012
Sherman Cox reminds us, "We all have heard preachers with all the skills of great orators, but something is missing."
By Sherman Cox on Sep 6, 2013
Sherman Cox warns, "There's an inclination today to resort to tactics and tricks to manufacture a connection to the congregation that is neither real nor helpful."
By Sherman Cox on May 19, 2015
Sherman Cox points to one critical area frequently left untouched by preachers--resulting in untouched hearts of listeners.
By Sherman Cox on Jul 3, 2012
Sherman Cox: "Sermons with or without notes should eliminate irrelevant asides. By irrelevant, I mean that they are not connected to your sermon’s main point."
By Sherman Cox on Aug 1, 2012
"The black preaching tradition, when it is at its best, helps and blesses all who come in contact with it," says Sherman Cox.
By Sherman Cox on Aug 2, 2018
Are you preaching the same thing over and over again but don't know it? Sherman Cox offers practical steps to avoid this often overlooked preaching rut.
By Sherman Cox on Jun 5, 2018
It might be true. It might even be helpful. But is it preaching?
By Sherman Cox on Feb 9, 2012
We love to preach the Good News, but it doesn't reach its full potential until it challenges us to dream big.
By Sherman Cox on Apr 10, 2012
How long is too long? Let's just say many preachers overestimate their ability to hold an audience.
By Sherman Cox on May 3, 2012
Do your sermons address the same themes over and over? You might have a few blind spots in your preaching.