If we are going to help restore America, it is time to set our personal agendas, brands and voices aside and begin praying for God to heal our land.
Humor in preaching is like a very potent spice and ought to be used sparingly; otherwise it may spoil the spiritual food of the day.
Comparing modern day preaching to the C.S. Lewis’ Screwtape Letters, Wayne Shaw examines how to preach parables effectively and with power.
Interactive preaching allows listeners an opportunity to become active participants in the sermon and a more effective method to reach the next generation.
Sara Horn addresses why some pastors are tempted to commit plagiarism, stealing portions of sermons without giving credit.
Os Guinness is an internationally renowned speaker, analyst of faith and culture issues, and author of numerous books, including Time for Truth, The Call, and Dining With the Devil.
Michael Duduit visited with John Maxwell, one of today’s premier authorities on leadership, to discuss his book, Thinking for a Change.
Interview with Jerry Vines, a preacher, popular speaker and author. Vines has also served as President of the Southern Baptist Convention.
Persuasive pulpit evangelism is accomplished when pastors and evangelists clearly and simply preach Jesus, teaching every man in all wisdom.