By Peter Mead on Sep 16, 2016
God delights to transform lives. There are many ways to depict this journey of transformation, but let’s focus on one example from the Old Testament.
By James Scott on Jul 13, 2020
How do you preach? There's a world of difference between information and transformation.
By Sermoncentral on Mar 31, 2014
The wise pastor learns the difference between a tactical challenge and a transformational opportunity.
By Philip Nation on Feb 26, 2018
Philip Nation offers preaching tips for pastors guiding a congregation to and through the life transformed in Christ.
By Sermoncentral on Oct 3, 2014
"It's an issue that leaders and followers alike must wrestle through: How do I live out the spiritual transformation that has occurred in me?"
By Ed Stetzer on Feb 23, 2018
Ed Stetzer discusses the importance of transformation in the life of a Christian and offers points to assist the preacher in helping their congregation see it through.
By Charles Stone on May 16, 2017
At times we must lead as transactional leaders. However, we should seek to grow our leadership so that we lead more often as transformational leaders.
By Sherman Haywood Cox on Oct 16, 2020
Sherman Cox reminds us, "We all have heard preachers with all the skills of great orators, but something is missing."
By Peter Mead on Mar 6, 2019
God's work is transformational. Is our preaching doing God's work?
By Sermoncentral on Oct 4, 2013
Our preaching should make a difference. But where and how? Here are some critical markers.
By Sermoncentral on Mar 8, 2019
"When we lead our people in the process of transformation, we need to orient them to the reality of the war within them."
By Thom Rainer on Mar 5, 2020
Why does spiritual growth sometimes stall out in believers? Thom Rainer offers his view and solutions from a study of the Corinthian church.
By Sermoncentral on Feb 2, 2017
We cannot love what we do not linger over.
By Lance Witt on Jul 10, 2017
What is the key to relational leadership?
By Peter Mead on Aug 22, 2011
We preach hoping and praying for the message to mark and transform lives as it is preached. But what about after the sermon is over?