By Peter Mead on Dec 26, 2020
In order to preach good news and not turn it into burdensome law, first we look up, then we look out.
By Peter Mead on Mar 22, 2021
The crucifixion is bloody. Should we shock people out of a religious view of crucifixion, or is it better not to overwhelm people with the gore?
By Matt Chandler on Feb 18, 2012
"If you don't have an authoritative view of the scripture, you're not going to have authoritative Bible-preaching."
By Jared Moore on Jul 27, 2018
Contemporary sacred cows are no more helpful than traditional sacred cows. Here's one preacher's view on the sacred cows that need tipped in the church today.
By John Piper on Jun 29, 2018
"I stand vigilantly on the precipice of eternity speaking to people who this week could go over the edge."
By Rich Nathan on Jun 4, 2021
The message may be timeless, but the way we communicate must be flexible while remaining true to the biblical view.
By Dr. Rowan Williams on Aug 11, 2012
Anglican Archbishop Rowan Williams presents a surprising--and thoughtful--view of what it means to be the church. See if you agree.
By Leigh Ann Carey Looyenga on Dec 27, 2016
The first step in practically engaging Sabbath rest is getting rid of our narrow and legalistic views of the day.
By Michael Pasquarello on Oct 13, 2012
Wesley believed that every preacher should have three elements present in their view of preaching. Find out what they are in this better-preaching video.
By Outreach Magazine on Sep 28, 2013
View the Outreach 100 lists online for the first time ever and see what's trending in the largest and fastest-growing churches today.
By Clay Smith on Jul 17, 2021
Here's how one pastor answers a commonly-asked question. How would you answer?
By Ray Hollenbach on Mar 13, 2019
When we preach we plant seeds, but what will grow from the seeds we plant?
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 Peter Mead on Jan 14, 2019
We tend to view ourselves as impartial and somehow capable of adjudicating "healthy balance" based on our own perspective. But how small our perspective can be at times.
By Dave Browning on May 23, 2011
For some Christian leaders, an hour-long service can be viewed as too short, if not restrictive. For the people we are trying to reach, however, an hour may seem long, if not excessive.