By Joe Mckeever on Nov 14, 2017
"If we cannot walk by faith and believe by faith–a redundancy, of course–we will stop praying."
By Lance Witt on Dec 11, 2017
How can our doubts be a blessing?
By Lance Witt on May 25, 2022
Let me ask you, what are you trusting God for? Where are you practicing the spiritual discipline of anticipation?
By Lance Witt on Dec 18, 2017
"One of the things I love about the Bible is how honest it is. The pages of Scripture don’t gloss over the flaws and sins and weaknesses of people. Even the great heroes of the faith are not airbrushed or photo-shopped to make them look superhuman."
By Todd Hahn on Jan 9, 2019
There's a natural tension between preparation and trust, but one line we should never cross is trusting in our own preparation.
By Lance Witt on Dec 29, 2020
What are you going to do this next year to make the “most of your time”?
By Sermoncentral on Jul 20, 2019
People need to know us before they can trust us. And they need to trust us before they’ll go to church with us.
By Steve Smith on May 2, 2022
True friendship and community must be reciprocal.
By Sermoncentral on Feb 6, 2021
When you walk into a leadership opportunity, you go with a little bit of equity by virtue of your position. Every decision you make, and every risk you lead your organization to take will require an investment of some of your leadership equity (the trust people place in you).
By Joe Mckeever on Aug 17, 2019
Joe McKeever tells us about the day he sat in on a Sunday school class and made a startling discovery.
By Erik Raymond on Jul 2, 2018
Take heart! There's one big reason our preaching is not in vain, and three more after that!
By Sermoncentral on Nov 21, 2018
The Christian life, from the beginning to end, is a life of extraordinary grace. Saying "thank you" just makes sense.
By Ron Edmondson on Jul 7, 2018
Should pastors preach on topics where they have no life experience or areas they haven't yet mastered?
By Carey Nieuwhof on Jan 24, 2018
If you want to attract and keep great people, value them.
By Sermoncentral on Dec 15, 2018
The Scriptures command us to do more than repeat what's already been done, and to look for God to do what He's never done before.