By Brian Croft on Sep 8, 2020
Discover a wealth of resources by inviting others into the process of your sermon preparation.
By Brian Croft on Dec 13, 2019
Provide opportunities for the next generation.
By Brian Croft on Nov 23, 2019
Before the preacher can persuade any sinner to turn to Christ, he must first be persuaded himself.
By Brian Croft on Sep 27, 2019
Brian Croft reminds us the very first ingredient in every powerful sermon. Does your sermon have it?
By Brian Croft on Aug 9, 2019
Brian Croft gives three sound suggestions for encouraging others as they explore their calling.
By Brian Croft on Jul 18, 2019
You may call it something different: the mental, emotional, and spiritual crash that takes place as a result of pouring your heart.
By Brian Croft on May 23, 2019
“God’s mercies are new every morning, and that includes our preaching ministry.”
By Brian Croft on Apr 24, 2018
Here are 4 suggestions to consider as you talk to a prospective church member who does not articulate a clear knowledge of the gospel.
By Brian Croft on Jan 20, 2018
Many of you knew I was on a trip with my 13 year-old son recently. What was the occasion? My wife and I promised each of our children when they turned 13 years old, they would get to take a special trip with one of us.
By Brian Croft on Dec 2, 2017
Pastors, we must lead our wives well to capture a fruitful balance.
By Brian Croft on Jun 30, 2017
Does church attendance really matter? Here are five important reasons why it is essential that every Christian gather with other Christians in the same local church weekly to hear the preaching of God’s Word.
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 Brian Croft on Feb 11, 2017
Whatever you do, choose battles wisely as if you will be at that church ten years or more. That will give you a different perspective and will help you be patient.
By Brian Croft on Jan 19, 2017
The answer to this question largely depends on the kind of pastor you are, the quality of preacher you are, and the kind of congregation you serve.
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.