By Peter Mead on Sep 13, 2018
When's the last time you invested in some tools of the trade?
By Peter Mead on Apr 25, 2019
Why not simply read a bit of Bible and then say what you want to say, making the odd vague connection? This passes for preaching in many places.
By Kathleen And Kevin-Neil Ward on Jan 29, 2014
Could you be bold enough to guide the entire congregation through the process of "preaching"?
By Sherman Haywood Cox on Jan 12, 2019
Beware of preaching that merely provides tools to help us become better situated in this present world rather than helping us to become ambassadors of the coming Kingdom.
By Sermoncentral on Dec 3, 2019
I've discovered a simple principle underneath all the process that we often forget: Process should follow content, not the other way around.
By Sermoncentral on Sep 14, 2017
Studying the Bible does not need to be complex. Simple tools can help us glean amazing insights from the word.
By Sherman Haywood Cox on Dec 29, 2018
We often fall into the trap of preaching designed to merely provide tools to become more successful in this present world rather than becoming ambassadors of the coming Kingdom.
By Louie Giglio on Jul 7, 2011
We have the same tools that the church of Acts had. Do we act like it?
By John Gilman Ii on May 9, 2016
Small groups help churches grow because they help strangers become great friends. People stay at churches where they find friends because friendship covers a multitude of sins. Small groups involve us in others’ lives and really invest us in the church. These friendships eventually turn into deep, meaningful connections that can last a lifetime.
By Sermoncentral on Mar 16, 2019
I've been preaching for 30 years. At some point I have to run out of things to say, right? Actually, at hundreds of points I have run out of things to say!
By Michael Kelley on Aug 12, 2016
We are probably more responsive today than ever before, partly because we now have the tools to respond publicly to anyone or anything, and at any time we see fit. We can post, like, tweet, and retweet, and we are delighted to do so. We love to respond. No, we need to respond.
By Brandon Kelley on Nov 16, 2017
"Sermon prep and sermon writing can be hard. Often times, it can even be painful. Anything seems better to be doing when we get stuck in a sermon prep and writing rut. But we all know that the work is worth it. The pain is worth it. The plodding is worth it."