By Joseph Mattera on Dec 5, 2013
Preaching is vital to God's purposes--that's why we must get it right.
By Sermoncentral on Nov 9, 2021
When I enter the pulpit to preach on Sundays, something is different.
By Tony Reinke on Feb 29, 2020
Whether listen to a sermon, or preaching one, Tony Reinke's three questions are vital.
By Chris Hefner on Feb 21, 2019
Sometimes leadership lessons are caught as much as they are taught.
By Joe Mckeever on Mar 18, 2019
There are a thousand reasons for dropping the occasional story into your sermon, pastor. Here are the top three.
By Bob Hostetler on Jul 22, 2021
Even though exhortation is a gift of the Holy Spirit, our preaching needs at least four other vital ingredients.
By Joe Hoagland on May 18, 2019
Ask this--before the allure of a relaxing Sunday afternoon or the pressures of starting the week on Monday morning win out.
By Sermoncentral on May 14, 2019
Thom Rainer: "We can never know where the missing sheep are if we are not keeping track of them."
By Nathan Aaseng on Apr 19, 2019
Effective preaching requires learning to negotiate the perilous waters between two vital strategies.
By Sermoncentral on Jul 15, 2019
Investing a few more hours three months in advance, or a few weeks in advance will increase the quality of your preaching moment.
By Peter Mead on Feb 4, 2021
Defining legalism carefully is vitally important. It is important for each follower of Christ. It is a serious business to discount a restriction as legalism when it actually is displeasing to the One who loved us and gave Himself for us.
By Sermoncentral on Nov 19, 2019
Practical advice: "Don't preach them into heaven. Don't preach them into hell. Just preach the gospel for the people who are there."
By Sermoncentral on Feb 13, 2019
Brandon Cox challenges us to ask ourselves the tough questions about a core value.
By Robert A. Fryling on Feb 15, 2018
Robert Fryling explores the human mind as a vital partner to the body and spirit in spiritual growth and renewal.
By Leslie Holmes on Aug 27, 2018
Astounding: 50 percent of pastors serving American congregations are so discouraged in ministry that they would quit if they could afford to do so.