By Sherman Cox on Feb 9, 2012
We love to preach the Good News, but it doesn't reach its full potential until it challenges us to dream big.
By Sermoncentral on Sep 24, 2018
John Piper managed to offend people by simply preaching the truth at weddings. Maybe you should, too.
By John Stackhouse on Aug 28, 2015
Count up all of those hours: Is that what we really think our preachers are worth?
By Ron Edmondson on Sep 5, 2017
There is one truth about leadership every leader must understand, but is difficult to receive by some leaders. The probability is good you won’t like this truth either.
By Steven Lawson on Oct 31, 2017
"Luther came to realize that salvation was a gift for the guilty, not a reward for the righteous. Man is not saved by his good works but by trusting the finished work of Christ. Thus, justification by faith alone became the central tenet of the Reformation."
By Tim Spivey on Dec 26, 2015
Pastor Tim Spivey shares field-tested truths preachers need to know for effective ministry.
By John Stackhouse on Feb 18, 2013
Count up all of those hours -- is that what we really think our preachers are worth?
By Ray Hollenbach on Sep 15, 2015
Would you like to be a radical, against-the-gain follower of Jesus? Suggest this radical solution.
By Peter Mead on Oct 31, 2012
When you stand in the pulpit, you should tell the truth, but that's not your only job--it's just the start.
By Michael Catt on Jul 28, 2018
Michael Catt: "We endanger the call, art, and gift of preaching when we make it about style instead of substance."
By Sherman Cox on Apr 2, 2013
Sermons are not delivered irrespective of the preacher. We are part of the message as well.
By H.b. Charles, Jr. on Oct 29, 2015
A key way to guard from selling-out the truth during in the pulpit is to preach the tone of the text,
By Ed Stetzer on Nov 7, 2013
LifeWay Research discovered four common factors in good preaching. Are they part of yours?
By Randy Alcorn on Dec 19, 2017
“Truth is truth even if no one believes it; a lie is a lie even if everyone believes it.”
By Karl Vaters on Feb 17, 2017
Christians should have the reputation for being the most truthful people on earth. But we don’t.