Should every sermon bring its hearers to the cross, even if Christ himself did not do so? This article shows how everything the Lord Jesus said during his earthly ministry on the way to the cross must be read in the light of what he would accomplish at the cross. Thus, preaching needs to have the blood of Christ as its focal point every time again.
How can you write a sermon full of application without sacrificing doctrine and exegesis? This article argues that by writing your main points in the form of a command, putting them in the present tense, and provide real life examples of what it looks like to live out the text, you can fill your sermon with application.
How can a pastor make the first sentence of his sermon be effective? This article offers five laws that pertain to this question.
What makes for an effective sermon? This article suggests that the sermon's conclusion is important for an effective sermon.
What makes for an effective sermon? This article considers how to make use of effective transitions in preaching in order to keep your hearers engaged.