By Sermoncentral on Jul 20, 2019
People need to know us before they can trust us. And they need to trust us before they’ll go to church with us.
By Sermoncentral on Nov 2, 2019
God has inspired His word in such a way that it shapes us, molds us and forms us as we hear it taught and expounded.
By Ray Ortlund on Jun 15, 2017
Hard words are not harmful words—when they come from Jesus. The real Jesus loves us enough to accept us freely and confront us honestly.
By Joe Mckeever on Jan 22, 2021
It was December 1961, the Christmas season. Margaret Henderson and I would be married five months later and then spend 52 years together serving the Lord. We had no idea all the Lord had in store for us, of course. The one thing we knew and wanted with all our hearts was that God was leading us and would use us.
By Sermoncentral on Aug 19, 2013
Pastor Brian Zhand presents the Gospel in two different, creative ways using folding chairs.
By Sermoncentral on Dec 23, 2013
Learn from a master-preacher how to meditate on the meaning of just one phrase.
By Todd Wagner on Mar 5, 2014
God's "piano" has 66 keys, but it can be used to play all types of music.
By David J. Lose on Oct 9, 2018
David Lose reminds us we are not alone in our task; someone has been lifting us up for centuries.
By Sermoncentral on Jun 18, 2020
Your sermons can reach others beyond your church and become useful resources for years to come by using a few of these practical tips.
By Kenton C. Anderson on Apr 26, 2018
For those of us who try to preach “good sermons” every week, it's useful to understand what it takes to connect with our listeners.
By Lance Witt on May 22, 2017
Pound for pound, nothing is as powerful as your tongue. As pastors, we count on God to use our tongues as His instrument. In last week’s article, we talked about using our words to bless and speak life into others. This week I want to add 2 additional strategies for the wise use of words.
By Ron Edmondson on Nov 20, 2017
"All of us make mistakes and occasionally need someone to help us become better at what we do. This should always be the end goal of correction."
By Barry Whitlow on Mar 8, 2012
YouTube is an everyday slice of life--your congregation views on-line video every day. Why aren't you using video in your messages?
By Max Lucado on May 16, 2018
"I really believe the purpose of Scripture is to give us this authoritative handbook. We have a place where we can take people when they come to us with questions so we're not just speaking out of our own opinion."
By Peter Mead on Feb 4, 2021
Defining legalism carefully is vitally important. It is important for each follower of Christ. It is a serious business to discount a restriction as legalism when it actually is displeasing to the One who loved us and gave Himself for us.