By Sermoncentral on Dec 1, 2012
Could this actually be the year when Christmas means more because we choose to do less?
By Marshall Segal on Nov 11, 2016
God has given us all kinds of routes out of daily ruts in prayer. Take Psalm 86, for example. Here are seven simple daily prayers drawn from David’s prayer.
By Chris Surber on Sep 27, 2018
Preach with a focus to cultivate life together and nurture incarnate community rather than simple gatherings of people.
By Joe Hoagland on May 18, 2019
Ask this--before the allure of a relaxing Sunday afternoon or the pressures of starting the week on Monday morning win out.
By Doug Paul on Jul 15, 2020
There's a simple process at work, one that people have been using in the Church for thousands and thousands of years.
By John Piper on Sep 18, 2018
"No other pastoral duty should be treated as solemnly and forcefully as this one simple exhortation from the Apostle Paul: Preach the Word."
By Brandon Kelley on May 4, 2019
Sure, it's simple: but that doesn't mean it's easy to do.
By Ray Hollenbach on Nov 24, 2016
A simple prayer is taking root in me, teaching me the deep wisdom of gratitude, and changing my life.
By Greg Stier on Sep 14, 2016
Believe it or not doing something as simple as giving the Gospel in every sermon can literally transform your church.
By Steven Furtick on Oct 13, 2011
Steven Furtick shares practical insights for making the most out of your new believer follow-up.
By Sermoncentral on Aug 25, 2014
Could it possibly be just this simple? Karl Vaters offers a startling suggestion.
By Danny Slavich on Jul 19, 2018
Discover the simple beauty of unfolding God’s Word to God’s people in an understandable and applicable way.
By Chuck Lawless on Jan 23, 2020
Chuck Lawless is leery of telling other people how to improve, but each one of these tips have worked for him.
By Charles Stone on Aug 7, 2017
Several months ago I began something with our staff that has been a huge hit. It’s simple. Any staff can do it, whether in a church or a business application. And it boosts staff morale and excitement when we do it. I encourage you to try it with your staff. It’s called a “Blue Sky Thinking” morning.