By Dr. David Teague on Jul 17, 2020
Society is filled with plastic voices. Preaching requires someone to embody the Word of God.
By Mark Moore on Sep 17, 2013
We pay attention to our well-crafted manuscripts and outlines. But, honestly, how many of us are paying attention to the voice of God while we are preaching?
By Hershael York on Oct 27, 2018
The most magnificent refrain cannot be all that its composer intended when played on an inferior or out-of-tune instrument.
By Sermoncentral on Aug 20, 2021
In the days of the church, a major way in which God’s word is revealed to his people is through the regular, ordinary, week-in, week-out ministry of local church pastor-preachers.
By Sherman Haywood Cox on Aug 8, 2020
We like to think we're beyond outside influence, but there are hot-buttons in every church that could take away your pulpit voice.
By Jon Cyrus on Aug 12, 2022
The voice was calm but the words came like an avalanche, throwing me into a state of shock and despair. My oldest daughter was dead.
By Joe Mckeever on Sep 25, 2021
Joe McKeever not only speaks—he listens to the voices in the pews.
By Evy Yohner on May 21, 2022
These stories are like rare pearls, collecting from a way of “doing” missions no longer done, when intrepid men and women sacrificed everything to obey God’s voice.
By Sermoncentral on Mar 18, 2020
"The question I have for preachers is: What tone should you aim at in preaching? This is an urgent question because, if you don’t answer it, your listeners will answer it for you."
By Sermoncentral on Mar 20, 2019
It's true: we speak with more than words, more than our voice. How does your body preach?
By Sermoncentral on Mar 31, 2021
It may be harder to be happy in life and ministry than it’s ever been. From our earliest days, we have lived in an echo chamber, to varying degrees, of the voices of self-actualization. You can do whatever you set your mind to. Pursue your dreams. Find your passion — and make it profitable.
By Sermoncentral on Apr 20, 2021
The church has often, intentionally or not, been branded as a community of people who are angry and therefore are against everything not church-y. This is especially true when we so vocally voice our protests and gang up to boycott every business that doesn’t look conservative-Christian-friendly enough.
I’ve listened to too much lately. From all sides. Some opinions I agree with and others I don’t, but what I’ve concluded is ultimately this: If I’m going to be known or listened to, I want it to be because of what I’m FOR, not what I’m against.