By Peter Mead on Nov 23, 2018
"The ministry of the word is stewarding and heralding God's word in such a way that people encounter God through his word."
By Ed Stetzer on Aug 13, 2021
LifeWay Research discovered four common factors in good preaching. Are they part of yours?
By Dean Shriver on Apr 12, 2018
The call to preach requires more of us than verbal proclamation of truth. We must not only speak God’s Word so it can be heard; we must live God’s Word so it can be seen.
By Joe Hoagland on Jul 25, 2022
The Bible is wholly relevant to the modern person’s life sometimes it just takes some work for us to figure that out. The idea of making a “timeless truth” central to your sermon is important in communicating God’s Word in a postmodern age.
By Danny Slavich on Jul 19, 2018
Discover the simple beauty of unfolding God’s Word to God’s people in an understandable and applicable way.
By Danny Macmunn on Aug 27, 2021
Sometimes even the messenger is surprised at what the people hear.
By Sherman Haywood Cox on Aug 2, 2021
God inspired His Word and our preaching. But does that mean there's no room for improvement?
By Tiffany Deluccia on Dec 12, 2019
Young non-Christians don't simply disagree with the inerrancy of the Bible; they are skeptical of people who make claims like that.
By Sermoncentral on Jun 28, 2022
Ten effects of seeing God’s sovereignty in Romans 9 and their effects on the life and ministry of John Piper.
By Peter Mead on Aug 10, 2018
God's word is a living and active sword. Peter Mead suggests that too often preachers try to drop an anvil on their listeners.
By Sermoncentral on Mar 1, 2021
Your church is in desperate need of a vision that is informed by God’s Word, inspired by God’s Spirit, and applied passionately and broken-heartedly to your local context.
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 Aug 29, 2020
"There is an intense wrestling match with God’s Word as I prepare to preach. I've grown to love it."
By Bernie Van Eyk on Aug 1, 2018
Our preaching is a reflection of our theology. If the Word is theocentric (God-centered), how can our preaching be anything other than theocentric?
By Sermoncentral on Jan 10, 2019
Phil Strout: "Everyone has an opinion. And guess what? So does God, and he's communicated it to us."