By Sherman Cox on Jul 31, 2015
Address people where they are, but take them to another place to meet the Sovereign of the Universe.
By Sherman Cox on Jun 1, 2015
Sherman Cox has a straightforward message: You are at war.
By Sherman Cox on May 19, 2015
Sherman Cox points to one critical area frequently left untouched by preachers--resulting in untouched hearts of listeners.
By Sherman Cox on Apr 10, 2015
We must think deeply about how our illustration choices affect how our congregation hears our sermon.
By Sherman Cox on Feb 2, 2015
It's alright to allow your own pains and hurts to show. If Jesus could, then we can.
By Sherman Cox on Jan 13, 2015
Whatever muscles you exercise will be your strongest ones.
By Sherman Cox on Jan 3, 2015
"Just like Habakkuk wrote on and just like Andre sang on, I would encourage you to PREACH ON."
By Sherman Cox on Dec 11, 2014
Help your listeners connect with your preaching points--and their purpose!
By Sherman Cox on Dec 4, 2014
If you have never asked yourself this question, you might end up preaching to the mind while steering totally clear of the soul.
By Sherman Cox on Nov 7, 2014
We want to give people hope, but why should we shield them from the pain of living?
By Sherman Cox on Sep 25, 2014
You could study and prep for 100 hours and still find something wrong with the sermon. Eventually, it's time to stand and deliver.
By Sherman Cox on Sep 11, 2014
Do you ALWAYS have to start with a text? Sherman Cox says "no."
By Sherman Cox on Aug 20, 2014
"I would ask if you have prayed, but you will say you have. And you have."
By Sherman Cox on Jul 10, 2014
Helping people understand the Scripture in its native Bible world is not enough. We must help people to experience it.
By Sherman Cox on Jun 27, 2014
Doctrinal sermons are fine, but do they connect to human experience?
By Sherman Cox on May 28, 2014
We've all seen preachers who think that they can get away with oratorical talent rather than Spirit-led inspiration.
By Sherman Cox on Apr 30, 2014
Beware of preaching that merely provides tools to help us become better situated in this present world rather than helping us to become ambassadors of the coming Kingdom.
By Sherman Cox on Mar 22, 2014
We often fall into the trap of preaching designed to merely provide tools to become more successful in this present world rather than becoming ambassadors of the coming Kingdom.
By Sherman Cox on Feb 27, 2014
Every sermon should ask the people for some sort of response, a response in real life.
By Sherman Cox on Jan 23, 2014
Sherman Cox takes up Will Willimon's challenge to preachers everywhere.
By Sherman Cox on Dec 4, 2013
Sherman Cox explores the meaning of "as you go ... "
By Sherman Cox on Nov 8, 2013
"Great preaching recognizes that God has called the preacher to be both a prophet and a priest."
By Sherman Cox on Oct 11, 2013
"I have a sermon; maybe you can help me find a Scripture so that I can preach it."
By Sherman Cox on Sep 20, 2013
The fact of the matter is that the Kingdom of God is near. It is not good news to those who do not wish to give up all for the kingdom.
By Sherman Cox on Sep 6, 2013
Sherman Cox warns, "There's an inclination today to resort to tactics and tricks to manufacture a connection to the congregation that is neither real nor helpful."
By Sherman Cox on Aug 17, 2013
"Like meat, a great sermon makes its own gravy." Our job is to serve the whole meal.
By Sherman Cox on Jul 31, 2013
Four solid reasons why a powerful title leads to a powerful sermon.
By Sherman Cox on Jul 2, 2013
We preachers sometimes think that preaching the "truth" is all that is needed.
By Sherman Cox on May 21, 2013
God inspired His Word and our preaching. But does that mean there's no room for improvement?
By Sherman Cox on May 2, 2013
In many churches, there are simply not enough opportunities to preach for all of the unpaid associates and assistants. What to do?