By Peter Mead on Aug 29, 2021
People long for the preacher to have a deep sense of consistency.
By Maurilio Amorim on Dec 7, 2012
Maurilio Amorim gives practical ideas for integrating your Christmas program with the church's larger mission.
By SermonCentral on Feb 4, 2021
How do you feel about borrowing other pastors’ sermons?
By Leslie Holmes on Sep 22, 2019
"We are indeed pilgrims in a strange place, especially as preachers."
By Sherman Haywood Cox on Aug 2, 2020
Stories are powerful, but how do we make the points of our sermon while keeping the integrity of the Bible story that we are preaching?
By SermonCentral on Jan 10, 2022
Talent and charisma aren’t bad. They’re good. They’re gifts to be stewarded.
By Hal Seed on Mar 6, 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 Erik Raymond on Aug 5, 2021
We read, listen, talk, think, integrate, pray and listen. This is what we do. "In one very real sense, pastors don’t know what is original and what is not."
By Ron Edmondson on Jan 28, 2022
Someone asked me recently what I primarily look for in the hiring of a staff position. I said, without reservation, first and foremost, I look for the heart.
By Karl Vaters on Apr 3, 2022
Christians should have the reputation for being the most truthful people on earth. But we don’t.
By Jonathan J. Watson on Jul 3, 2023
Is software (and technology in general) a help or a hindrance? Considering I’m typing this on a laptop, and many of you will read it on your smartphones, it’s obvious that technology is an integral part of our lives.
But should we use it when preparing sermons? And does it have any additional impact on my life?
By Charles Stone on Nov 3, 2017
"Unless you stay at the same church your entire life, you will leave one ministry or church and go to another, perhaps several times. I’ve learned that leaving is more of an art and is often difficult. Here are 7 insights I’ve learned that have helped me make a graceful exit."