By Bob Hostetler on Oct 22, 2013
If you're not in the habit of praying before you preach, here's a good place to start.
By Rick Warren on Aug 16, 2011
Rick Warren shares his leadership wisdom for staying healthy and effective for the long haul in ministry.
By Tony Reinke on Jun 3, 2022
A spectacular waterfall exposed me to how my smartphone habits are getting passed to my kids.
By Josh Reich on Nov 29, 2017
"There is a lot at stake in what we do with our mornings."
By Peter Mead on Oct 12, 2021
You need more than someone in the pulpit holding a Bible. Peter Mead warns us off of three "sub-gospel" habits.
By Sermoncentral on Dec 28, 2019
Thom Rainer is a student of effective preachers. Compare your notes with his.
By Sermoncentral on Jun 17, 2022
Every day we’re becoming someone—the question is, who?
By Tony Reinke on May 24, 2022
We all seem to sense that — for good or bad — our smartphones are changing us, our habits, and our relationships.
By Jared Moore on Jan 7, 2019
Bad habits creep up softly. Have any of these slipped into your preaching?
By Ted Smith on Dec 9, 2020
Like all good preaching, good impromptu preaching depends on the long-term habits of the preacher.
By Trevin Wax on Mar 26, 2020
Pastors, don’t underestimate the cumulative effect of your preaching. You are not dumping information into brains. You are forming the habits of your people, teaching them how to read and understand and apply the Bible for themselves.
By Ted Smith on Nov 13, 2020
Some preachers think it's more spiritual to preach without notes. Others think it's more spiritual to use notes. What if it's both?
By Sermoncentral on Apr 6, 2021
It’s not about church growth. Or working harder. It’s about doing smarter ministry with our church’s current resources.
By Lance Witt on Sep 24, 2022
“Everything worthwhile is uphill. Everything that is valuable, you have to work for. No one ever coasted their way to success. Most people have uphill hopes but have downhill habits.”
By Sermoncentral on Aug 23, 2022
I would not exchange any of my discipline-afflictions for anything. In fact, I have made it a habit to keep asking God to discipline me. This isn’t because I love affliction, but because the hope in God I’ve tasted in the promises of God I’ve trusted in the darkest days are the sweetest things my soul has ever known.