Preaching & Teaching

Preaching on Marriage: Here Are 2 Things You MUST Do

After talking to pastors about these topics, many of them expressed a desire to not preach on marriage, relationships or sex. How about you?

Why R.C. Sproul Still Declares: ‘I Believe in Preaching’

"History shows us that the greatest periods of revival and reformation the church has ever seen occur in conjunction with the frequent, consistent and clear preaching of God’s Word."

5 Different Ways to Prepare a Sermon: Pastors Share Their Secrets

Listen in as pastors share real-life examples of sermon prep.

Your Sermon May Solve Problems but Is That Enough?

Sure: Address people where they are, but take them to another place to meet the Sovereign of the Universe.

10 Gifts Only a Preacher’s Wife Can Give

Joe McKeever: "She has the best seat in the house and the hardest job."

15 Excellent (and Simple) Ways to Improve Your Preaching

Chuck Lawless is leery of telling other people how to improve, but each one of these tips have worked for him.

The Lasting Impact a Preacher Can Make

What my grandfather had said from that pulpit lived on in a beautiful way in the lives of a wonderfully faithful couple.

How We Moved From Theological to Therapeutic Preaching—and Why It Matters

How We Moved From Theological to Therapeutic Preaching—and Why It Matters

Is “Multi-Site Video Preaching” Friend or Foe to Missional Churches?

Veteran pastor David Fitch believes in preaching. He also believes in the power of personal presence.

You May Be Called to Preach, but You Still Need a Role Model

"He gave no introduction to the sermon. This man simply stepped off the high diving board into the deep water. Except there was no deep water."

How to Cut: 9 Ways to Trim Your Text to a Preachable Size

"Each time you select an amount of Scripture to preach on a given Sunday, you are implying that the preaching portion is able to stand alone."

It’s SO Tempting, but Don’t You Dare Shortcut Quality Exegesis in Your Preaching

Short-cuts in exegesis result in a passage idea that does not carry the true content, nor the character, of the passage we claim to be preaching.

16 Things You Can Do RIGHT NOW to Get Unstuck in Your Sermon Prep

"Sometimes the sermon comes together like a beautifully crafted work of art. But other times I struggle to make progress in my study."

The Criticism I Hated—but It Made Me a Better Preacher

None of us appreciate unsolicited, mean-spirited criticism, but we do need to hear people out.

Can We Please Stop Preaching About All the “Good People” in the Bible?

This kind of preaching gives the idea that we can, in our own power, actually DO the good things we see the characters doing. But we can’t. We don’t.

Nationalism or Christianity?

A Canadian visitor attends an American church and wonders who, exactly, is the hope of the world.

What to Do About Grace: 4 Down-to-Earth Suggestions

"She said to me, 'You expected a lot from us, and I never felt I could meet those expectations.' These comments have haunted me."

Have You Fallen Into the “Passionate Preaching Trap”?

If you limit your preaching to what you like, care about or are passionate about, you will keep your church from hearing all that God wants to teach them.

Preaching Is Spiritual Warfare Each and Every Week

Sherman Cox has a straightforward message: You are at war. Remember that.

Is It Still Necessary to Preach About Divine Wrath?

Steven Lawson of Ligonier Ministries says "yes." Here's why.
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