Listening is hard work. That’s why it’s important for sermons to have clear focus.
Four church leaders share how preachers can keep worship holy in today’s highly polarized times.
Duke Divinity School professor considers what to take to the pulpit when something bad happens.
A retired pastor, writes about how to be active listeners and get the most impact from a sermon.
The Social Justice Network, a committee of the Michigan Area’s Keep Making Peace, is hosting a Preaching and Speaking for Justice workshop. The event will take place on Saturday, December 2, 2017 at Grace United Methodist Church, 1900 Boston Blvd, Lansing 48910, from 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Teaching leaders of the event are Bishop
TED Talks, like the Chautaugua speaking tradition, offer up important ideas with heart-felt passion.
When they come to church, people want a sermon that is more than platitudes and common sense.
Leading Ideas shares Rev. Charley Reeb’s list of nine pulpit no-no’s.
What separates good preachers from great preachers? Rev. Charley Reeb says perspective and preparation.
Bishop William H. Willimon warns preachers to guard against moralism or sentimentality when engaging congregations about racism.