By Charles Stone on Jul 6, 2022
In the midst of caring for others, it is easy to neglect our own soul. What are safeguards that keep us from drifting away from God?
By Sermoncentral on Nov 11, 2013
One pastor's mentor never asked about his church—only the preacher's soul. Here's why.
By Lance Witt on Jan 29, 2018
Some of the qualities that people will applaud in your life are the very things that will wreck your soul.
By Lance Witt on Feb 27, 2020
Preaching is not only about only about communication technique and accurately “dividing the Word”. The best preaching flows from a healthy soul.
By Thomas C. Brown on Jul 11, 2022
Greater is the value of personal intimacy with God than busyness for him. Service must follow surrender and solitude.
By Charles Stone on Apr 21, 2022
Although we intuitively understand how to refuel ourselves, we often don’t do it. He challenged us to ask why we don’t.
By Steve Smith on Apr 11, 2022
These are turbulent times indeed. And our sponge like souls have soaked in a great deal of toxins. The remedy is not as complicated as we might have thought.
By Sermoncentral on Jun 23, 2022
Hope is to our soul what energy is to our body. Just like our bodies must have energy to keep going, our souls must have hope to keep going. So when our soul needs hope, what do we do? We feast on the promises of God.
By Sermoncentral on Apr 6, 2022
We cannot love what we do not linger over.
By Lance Witt on Jun 13, 2022
Ultimately, if God is not working in you, the joy of his work through you will be short-lived.
By Steve Smith on Mar 17, 2022
If we do not understand our own limits in this life, we will never be content, satisfied or happy!
By Sermoncentral on Mar 22, 2022
As Jonathan Edwards expresses, and Scripture exemplifies, one aspect of a Christ-enamored heart is a gnawing ache to get alone with him.
By Sermoncentral on Jun 17, 2022
Every day we’re becoming someone—the question is, who?
By Lance Witt on Oct 23, 2017
When pastoring is your job, it adds complexity to simply loving Jesus. To live and lead from a healthy soul, we must learn the art of separating our own personal pursuit of loving Jesus from our “ministry” of leading in the church.
By Ray Ortlund on Aug 3, 2022
Hard words are not harmful words—when they come from Jesus. The real Jesus loves us enough to accept us freely and confront us honestly.