If you've ever preached a sermon and wished you could make it go further than just Sunday, here are 3 ideas of things you can do THIS WEEK to make sure your sermon reaches more people beyond Sunday.
Tim Keller’s Book, Preaching: Communicating Faith in an Age of Skepticism, has been instrumental in my development as a preacher.
What do you want people to say about your sermon when they get in their cars and drive home? This is an important question that no one talks about. But if you have this question in mind as you prepare it can set you up for success in a number of ways! In this video, we'll discuss the importance of this question and how to use this question in your preparation.
In this video we see why it's so vitally important to weigh your words as a speaker and be willing to apologize when your words cause hurt.
With most states opening back up, many churches have made plans to jump back into having services in their buildings. In this video, we’ll explore three things to consider before re-opening your church.
Many pastors find themselves preparing sermons last minute. Some even bleed into the weekend and late Saturday night! Recently a subscriber emailed asking how to overcome this kind of sermon prep procrastination.
In this video, I’ll show you a simple way to work around this by creating a sermon preparation workflow.
Rich Birch of Unseminary posted a compelling article about the five fears church staff members have but are not sharing with their lead pastors. In this video we look in-depth at each one.
When we preach there are three things at play: what we mean to say, what we actually say and what people hear. In this video we explore how important it is to understand these three realities if you want to communicate clearly when you preach.
Normally on Thursday I would release a video about how to improve some element of your preaching. This week will be different. In light of all that has happened over the last two weeks, I wanted to give my perspective and share what has been on my heart about it.