By Dr. Scott M. Gibson on May 1, 2019
After listening to sermons all these years, I have concluded preachers either talk before the text or talk around the text but rarely talk about the text.
By H.b. Charles, Jr. on Jul 22, 2019
A key way to guard from selling-out the truth during in the pulpit is to preach the tone of the text.
By Joe Mckeever on Sep 12, 2014
The problem, of course, is not with Scripture. The problem is with us.
By Mike Glenn on Oct 27, 2020
Pastor Mike Glenn suggests every sermon requires us to exegete our audience as well as the Biblical text. Here's why.
By Tony Merida on Aug 20, 2018
Tony Merida: "May God raise up a new generation of faithful, responsible expositors of Scripture who keep their finger on the text as they teach and preach."
By Peter Mead on Jun 16, 2018
Peter Mead: Is your preaching half-baked when it comes to the biblical text?
By Sherman Haywood Cox on Sep 11, 2014
Do you ALWAYS have to start with a text? Sherman Cox says "no."
By Albert Mohler on Sep 30, 2014
In 109 seconds, Al Mohler will inspire you to study--and master--your preaching text.
By Peter Mead on Nov 21, 2019
Part of the preacher's role is to slow people down and to help them make sense of what the text is actually saying.
By Peter Mead on Jun 18, 2018
We all want to be "biblical" preachers, but are we really giving the text its due? Find out in the second part of this series by Peter Mead.
By Mons Teig on Feb 22, 2020
Sin sucks the life out of us. The following texts invite us to a spiritual examination and forty days of healing therapy.
By Leslie Holmes on Mar 9, 2019
"Bob Easley may not have gone beyond sixth grade, but he taught this quasi-educated preacher that there's a lot more to be learned about preaching than I ever got inside a book."
By Sherman Haywood Cox on Sep 25, 2020
Great preachers preach both the unfamiliar as well as the familiar stories.
By Peter Mead on Nov 14, 2020
Imagine the Bible as a "superstructure." Which texts gird the grand message of the Scripture?
By Greg Stier on Oct 24, 2018
Greg Stier learned to exegete a text at the same time he learned to swing a hammer. It paid off.