By Sermoncentral on Apr 25, 2014
Brandon Cox: "When it comes to leading a strong ministry and building a healthy church, it takes more than solid theology or smart strategy."
By Peter Mead on Mar 26, 2018
Finishing a sermon is neither easy nor natural. Peter Mead offers some observances of poor sermon endings and some hints on how to finish strong.
By Sherman Haywood Cox on Jul 6, 2016
Four solid reasons why a powerful title leads to a powerful sermon.
By Tyler Scarlett on Feb 9, 2019
A preacher's worst fear is that the congregation will stop listening. What's far more dreadful is if the people never were listening in the first place.
By Sherman Haywood Cox on Dec 11, 2014
Help your listeners connect with your preaching points--and their purpose!
By Lane Sebring on Aug 30, 2019
The first 90 seconds of your sermon are some of the most powerful seconds you have. Don’t waste them.
By Dr. Frank A. Thomas on Aug 25, 2012
Preaching coach Dr. Frank Thomas believes great preaching starts with strong sermon structure. He shares how it's done.
By Sermoncentral on Dec 17, 2011
John Piper offers wisdom for handling the issue of interracial marriage with a strong biblical perspective.
By Outreach, Inc. on Jul 12, 2018
It's not "10 easy steps" to preaching, but practical help to make sure your work is sound and true.
By Peter Mead on Jan 16, 2019
Finishing a sermon is neither easy nor natural. Here's help!
By Terry Linhart on Jan 28, 2019
Some sermon checkpoints to buff a nice luster on your work and to ensure you're responsible and faithful in the process.
By Bob Hostetler on Jan 8, 2020
Pastor Bob Hostetler hasn't just survived the challenges that come with being married while in ministry; he lists his marriage as a major ministry success. How does that happen?
By Peter Mead on Apr 28, 2020
Just because we feel strongly about our message doesn't mean we should strong-arm our listeners.
By Artie Davis on Jan 14, 2020
Veteran pastor Artie Davis gives a practical example of how intentionality makes a difference between a good sermon and consistently great ones.
By Lane Sebring on Jan 27, 2020
If the closing of your message is disorganized and unclear, then your listeners will walk away feeling the same way about your message.