By Sermoncentral on Jan 10, 2019
Phil Strout: "Everyone has an opinion. And guess what? So does God, and he's communicated it to us."
By Brian Croft on May 19, 2017
There are all kinds of different sermons a preacher can preach, but the most helpful for a pastor to feed his people with week after week is expository sermons.
By David Teague on Apr 30, 2012
Society is filled with plastic voices. Preaching requires someone to embody the Word of God.
By Danny Macmunn on Apr 24, 2014
Sometimes even the messenger is surprised at what the people hear.
By Danny Slavich on Jul 19, 2018
Discover the simple beauty of unfolding God’s Word to God’s people in an understandable and applicable way.
By Eric Geiger on Oct 1, 2013
For a pastor who longs to faithfully feed people the Word of God, there are few statements that sting as deeply.
By Nathan Aaseng on Nov 2, 2015
A bold sermon is one in which a pastor proclaims a word of God that might anger, offend, or disconcert some of those who pay his salary.
By Marshall Segal on Nov 18, 2017
"The recipe for good rebuke involves far more than one ingredient, but one ingredient may be the most important."
By Stephen Nichols on Oct 27, 2017
"The reforming efforts of Wycliffe could not be quenched by the flames or stopped by a council’s declarations. This Morning Star shone brightly against the horizon, signaling the soon coming of daylight."
By Jacob Myers on Oct 5, 2015
When you make the long, lonely walk to the pulpit to proclaim the Word of God for the people of God, how often do you hear the Mission Impossible soundtrack playing in your mind?
By Albert Mohler on Jan 15, 2018
The anemia of evangelical worship—all the music and energy aside—is directly attributable to the absence of genuine expository preaching. Such preaching would confront the congregation with nothing less than the living and active Word of God.
By Carey Nieuwhof on Feb 24, 2016
Preaching is one of the most demanding tasks required of communicators.
You’re not just giving a ‘talk,’ you’re communicating the Word of God—faithfully (you trust). And you do this in front of groups of people who have more communication options and sources than at any point in human history.
Not an easy task.
By Brian Croft on Dec 19, 2016
You may call it something different, but every pastor knows about it. It is the mental, emotional, and spiritual crash that takes place the next day (Monday) as a result of pouring your heart and soul out in the proclamation of God’s word to God’s people the day before.