By SermonCentral on Nov 1, 2019
God has inspired His word in such a way that it shapes us, molds us and forms us as we hear it taught and expounded.
By Chad Ashby on Nov 13, 2022
Brothers and sisters, “As long as it is called ‘today,’ [be sure] that none of you may be hardened by the deceitfulness of sin!” (Hebrews 3:13)
By Greg Morse on Dec 7, 2022
Don’t be yourself. Be something higher. Be who God predestined you to be. Be who you are in Jesus.
By SermonCentral on Sep 6, 2022
Studying the Bible does not need to be complex. Simple tools can help us glean amazing insights from the word.
By SermonCentral on Jun 16, 2022
Every day we’re becoming someone—the question is, who?
By SermonCentral on Apr 29, 2021
Big churches find it much easier to incorporate new people because the bigger the crowd, the smaller the impact each person has.
By Charles Stone on Oct 18, 2023
Leaders often run into invisible brain barriers when they attempt change. Ignoring them can slow or stonewall a progress.
By Lance Witt on Jun 17, 2022
Growing in knowledge is important, but knowledge without relationship is dangerous. That was one of the big issues Jesus had with the Pharisees. They had biblical knowledge but their heart was far from God.
By Lance Witt on Dec 28, 2020
What are you going to do this next year to make the “most of your time”?
By John Piper on Nov 29, 2022
Try to imagine the Bible without the Psalms. What a different book it would be! What a different place the church would be. And what a different person I would be.
By SermonCentral on Dec 6, 2021
"There is no surefire method for numerical church growth. Period."
By Charles Stone on Jun 22, 2023
When I was in seminary Church Growth 101 was a required course. I took interest in the whole field and became a student of church growth.
By Karl Vaters on Sep 5, 2022
If we prioritized health, not as a means to growth, but as an end in itself, would we be in a greater position to represent Jesus to the world?
By SermonCentral on Jan 20, 2022
There are no guaranteed steps to church growth. Because the church is people. And people don’t come with guarantees.
By Joe Mckeever on Sep 11, 2022
Get out of the office, pastor, and knock on some doors. Later, you can get your people to do it. But first, you do it. Do it by yourself, if you must. Or take someone with you. Do it by appointment or cold-turkey. But do it. That is as profound a way as I know to build a great church.