By Taelor Gray on May 1, 2021
Growing up in church, I used to think of pastors as heroic, super-powered leaders who were almost like enhanced human beings. For me, they were moral superiors operating beyond the scope of failure and “common” struggle.
By Brandon Kelley on Nov 17, 2022
A Pastor’s leadership must first and foremost be a response to Christ’s gospel.
By Peter Walters on Feb 9, 2022
I think we don’t take seriously enough the fact that taking care of our bodies is a spiritual issue.
By Sermoncentral on Jan 11, 2022
Talent and charisma aren’t bad. They’re good. They’re gifts to be stewarded.
By Steven Lawson on Mar 3, 2022
No man’s preaching can rise any higher than his view of God.
By Larry Osborne on May 23, 2020
Larry Osborne offers time-tested wisdom to help leaders avoid two dangerous mindsets that often destroy pastors.
By Sermoncentral on Jan 22, 2021
It never gets easier. No matter how many times you hear about it. And we're hearing about it a lot more lately. In epidemic numbers.
By Sermoncentral on Apr 16, 2022
Let me to share some of the best responses I have heard from churches that have gone through this tragic time.
By Sermoncentral on Dec 27, 2021
Show me a spiritually healthy church and I’ll show you a spiritually healthy pastor. Show me a spiritually unhealthy church and I’ll show you a spiritually unhealthy pastor.
By Brandon Cox on Jan 3, 2018
Your body’s physical maturity typically peaks in early adulthood, but your spiritual maturity will keep growing even into eternity.
By Lance Witt on Dec 5, 2016
In a healthy church Jesus is the most famous person. He gets the most airtime, he is the most talked about, and he is clearly center stage.
By Joe Hoagland on Jan 18, 2022
The church can learn a lot from worldly business and marketing trends but many times churches and church leaders end up promoting the wrong thing.
By Michael Duduit on Sep 28, 2020
In a culture obsessed with activity and extremes, a little bit of boring can build character.
By Peter Mead on Apr 26, 2019
Shortcuts in exegesis result in a passage idea that does not carry the true content--nor the character--of the passage on which we claim to be preaching.
By Peter Mead on Sep 6, 2019
"There is something profoundly satisfying about seeing familiar characters, familiar scenery, familiar scenes, and familiar storylines. "