By Chuck Fromm on Mar 15, 2010
Worship Leader magazine editor Chuck Fromm discusses the key imperative in a pastor establishing a meaningful relationship with his/her worship leader and team.
By Diana Davis on Jun 23, 2011
Need a few fresh ideas to keep your Sunday service from predictable sameness?
By Steven Furtick on Nov 3, 2011
Steven Furtick has two pet peeves: Pastors who don’t engage in worship, and worship musicians who don’t engage with the Word.
By Francis Chan on Nov 22, 2011
Chan encourages us to pray for a new encounter with God.
By Paul Baloche on Mar 28, 2012
Consider preaching on the topic of Paul Baloche's "The Same Love"--review a sermon at http://www.sermoncentral.com/sermons/the-same-love-eric-johnson-sermon-on-worship-general-165682.asp.
By Adam Russell on Sep 24, 2012
Are you treating praise and worship as a warm-up act for the "main event" or something greater?
By Fred Craddock on Oct 6, 2012
Dr. Craddock describes his voice as "the wind whistling through a splinter on a post." Here's how this master preacher learned to compensate.
By Erik Raymond on Oct 1, 2015
Erik Raymond is convinced there's an indispensable aspect of preaching. Is it one of your ingredients?
By Brandon Hilgemann on Apr 15, 2015
While leading worship I learned to cast aside a crutch, one that many preachers should discard, as well.
By Russell Moore on Jun 29, 2013
American Christianity is far less bloody than it used to be. Why?
By Jimmy Gentry on Dec 19, 2013
How would John the Baptizer respond if he were to show up during Advent in any given city in America today?
By Joe Mckeever on Feb 5, 2014
The carnal mind will never understand the things of God. But do we?
By Paul Baloche on Apr 22, 2016
Some of the hardest yet most inspiring times of worship occur during funerals. The raw emotions of sadness and loss are mixed with a sense of hope and eternal perspective.
By Sermoncentral on Mar 9, 2018
Holy Week is filled with opportunities for your church to gather around God's Word in worship.
By Sermoncentral on Mar 28, 2018
One of the best ways to follow up with your Easter guests, as well as to encourage your church members, is by preaching about living out the new life we have in Christ.