By Todd Hahn on Jan 9, 2019
There's a natural tension between preparation and trust, but one line we should never cross is trusting in our own preparation.
By Joe Mckeever on Jul 31, 2020
Proper preparation is not for the faint of heart. It takes prayer, study, and practice.
By John Percival on Sep 15, 2020
Powerful questions to ask yourself during the sermon preparation process.
By Guy Davies on Jul 16, 2018
"Great biblical preaching and preparation are indispensable to the church."
By Dr. Larry Moyer on Mar 31, 2018
Good preparation that leads to effective preaching begins with letting Scripture examine, speak, and preach to us.
By Sermoncentral on Nov 16, 2020
It's not too early! Brandon Cox shares his ideas for a Christmas sermon series sure to connect with your congregation.
By Ron Forseth on Jul 20, 2018
How do you walk the line between preparation and outright theft? Here's help.
By Dr. Tom Long on Jun 2, 2012
Tom Long suggests two radically different ways to prepare to preach--for the same message!
By Brian Orme on Jul 9, 2013
What you think about your preaching while preparing your message might be just as important as the words you say when you deliver it.
By Jimmy Gentry on Dec 21, 2018
How would John the Baptizer respond if he were to show up during Advent in any given city in America today?
By Peter Mead on Jun 21, 2014
When I genuinely have had to prepare at the last minute, then I ask God for help and know that He understands.
By Sermoncentral on Jun 16, 2021
LifeWay's Thom Rainer took a Twitter poll to see how much time most preachers give to sermon preparation. Where do you fall on the scale?
By Rick Ezell on Apr 9, 2018
Can your preaching hit a home run week in and week out? Sunday comes every seven days whether your sermon is prepared or not.
By Sherman Haywood Cox on Dec 29, 2018
We often fall into the trap of preaching designed to merely provide tools to become more successful in this present world rather than becoming ambassadors of the coming Kingdom.
By Tod Bolsinger on Sep 10, 2021
I would hear that line echoed in my mind long after each conversation was over: "Why didn't seminary prepare me for this?"