By Ben Arment on Oct 14, 2020
Ben Arment suggests eight practical steps that could expand your ministry beyond the pulpit. Why not give them a try?
By Ed Stetzer on Feb 2, 2022
This article is the third of six in a series on preaching in light of cultural shifts and biblical illiteracy.
By Sermoncentral on Nov 9, 2021
When I enter the pulpit to preach on Sundays, something is different.
By Stephanie J. Spencer on Dec 2, 2019
"God uses broken vessels to shine His light. I believe He can speak through me because of my gifts or in spite of my gifts, depending on the circumstance."
By Dave Rhodes on Aug 24, 2020
What happens when we speak and preach and live out a Kingdom-less gospel?
By Sermoncentral on Oct 12, 2015
As ministers of the Gospel, let's stop dumbing down the Gospel in the way we speak.
By Peter Mead on Aug 17, 2018
Let’s pour our energy into effectively speaking of the God who reveals Himself in the Word.
By Sermoncentral on Jan 31, 2022
If churches could speak, what would their words be on their deathbeds?
By Steven Furtick on May 24, 2011
The words you speak should move people on a personal level. They should grip their hearts and make application to their lives personally.
By Brandon Kelley on Jan 5, 2021
A sermon speaks from the grand narrative of Scripture to the grand narrative of your life. These two stories have identifiable tension points: use them!
By John Piper on Jun 29, 2018
"I stand vigilantly on the precipice of eternity speaking to people who this week could go over the edge."
By Jim Martin on Apr 13, 2020
In this two-part series on better preaching, Jim Martin offers ten tips for more effective preaching every Sunday.
By Brandon Hilgemann on Jul 8, 2019
11 tips to help make you a better guest preacher—one they will actually want to invite back.
By Michael Lukaszewski on Dec 5, 2012
Michael Lukaszewski offers six reasons why Andy Stanley is one of the top communicators of our time.
By Joel Mayward on Sep 7, 2019
You've done the prep, you've put in the time. These five questions will finish the job.