By Bruce Frank on Jul 13, 2012
Bruce Frank, lead pastor of of Biltmore Baptist Church, one of the top 50 fastest-growing churches in America, shares his sermon prep process.
By Carolyn C. Givens on Feb 14, 2013
"My soul cries out for modern parables that leave me thinking about the Creator of the Universe – the Storyteller whose words sustain and move the pieces of time and space."
By Tyler Scarlett on Apr 5, 2014
There's no Mt. Sinai for preachers, but maybe there should be. This list is a good start.
By Brandon Kelley on Mar 23, 2016
You have a ton of things to do every week. Wouldn’t it be great to have some super productive sermon writing time so you could put more time toward leading your church into the future? Sermon writing can be overwhelming when you have other major projects to worry about. But don’t worry anymore! There’s a way to get more productive in less time.
By Bob Hostetler on Mar 12, 2019
Greater clarity, creativity and cooperation are just a couple of weeks away. Here's how.
By Alphonetta Wines on Feb 21, 2013
We are called upon to bring the word: Sunday morning, Bible studies, funerals, conferences, civic events. Is it any wonder that there are times we have nothing fresh to say?
By Peter Mead on Feb 28, 2019
Time ticks by and Sunday's deadline keeps approaching. What should you do if you feel stuck?
By Sermoncentral on Dec 18, 2018
Whether you are a preacher or an aspiring writer, master communicator C.S. Lewis has some suggestions for you.
By Brandon Kelley on Nov 16, 2017
"Sermon prep and sermon writing can be hard. Often times, it can even be painful. Anything seems better to be doing when we get stuck in a sermon prep and writing rut. But we all know that the work is worth it. The pain is worth it. The plodding is worth it."
By Mary Shore on Mar 19, 2012
Before we start writing, perhaps we should start listening. Here are three very practical suggestions.
By John Blase on Oct 9, 2012
John Blase writes an open letter to pastors everywhere asking for one consistent theme.
By Perry Noble on Oct 10, 2013
Write these down and keep them in your Bible. In those final moments before you take the pulpit, challenge yourself!
By Nathan Aaseng on Jan 28, 2015
Pastors are not called to win Academy Awards in screen-writing. We are called to help build the kingdom, brick by brick.
By Joe Hoagland on Sep 4, 2017
See, a Chromebook or even a laptop or desktop only helps you with the content creation side of ministry: preparing sermons, writing lessons, writing blog posts etc. Whereas an iPad Pro can do both sides: content creation as well as presentation.
By Ray Hollenbach on Jan 4, 2016
Take ten minutes and write down the details from your preaching passage. Then ask yourself, “How can I help my listeners move from watercolor to the sharp clarity of oil?”