By Sermoncentral on Apr 14, 2014
Great preaching follows a line to its climax. Hal Seed points to the glory of the cross and resurrection as the climax of God's story with humanity.
By Hal Seed on Jun 4, 2010
Hal Seed helps pastors and church leaders measure the success of their children’s ministry outreach events and retain unchurched families as a result.
By Hal Seed on Mar 3, 2018
Hal Seed offers his experience and learnings from a very successful Sunday morning event in his church.
By Sermoncentral on Jun 3, 2021
When scholars talk about how a book qualified to be called Scripture, they list five characteristics called "the laws of canonicity."
By Sermoncentral on Sep 5, 2018
Hal Seed offers practical insights into preaching--and understanding--the prophetic books of the Bible.
By Sermoncentral on Dec 17, 2015
Hal Seed: "Reading these Christmas stories moves me to worship and bow before him. Then I am ready to consider how to preach it."
By Sermoncentral on Aug 5, 2019
Hal Seed would like to see a Bible reading revolution in his city. Would you?
By Sermoncentral on Jan 10, 2020
Hal Seed uses these ideas regularly--and keeps growing as a preacher.
By Sermoncentral on Jan 6, 2021
There's no such thing as a perfect preaching calendar, but Hal Seed helps you get close!
By Sermoncentral on Oct 10, 2011
Are high profile guest speakers worth the time and money? "Only if you value lost people," says Hal Seed.
By Hal Seed on Dec 5, 2017
I believe every pastor ought to be a prayer warrior.
By Hal Seed on Mar 7, 2020
Every Christian leader I know wrestles with leading with diligence. Become aware of the promises you make as a leader, especially the ones you might not know about.
By Hal Seed on Aug 26, 2017
You make a dozen decisions a day. How do you know what’s the right decision? What moves your church forward? What’s wasting time?
By Hal Seed on Nov 15, 2017
"Do you need a mentor? Only if you want to become more like Christ, live for Jesus more purposefully, and see your church take ground for God’s glory."
By Sermoncentral on Jan 26, 2013
What happens when a filmmaker takes a metaphor from the Gospel and extends it into everyday life? You get a ten-minute wordless sermon.