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  • Does God Really Talk to People?

    Dr. Larry Osborne
    Does God Really Talk to People? In this week's sermon, you'll discover how to know God's voice when He speaks to us.
  • Static on the Line

    Dr. Larry Osborne
    Static on the Line This week we'll learn about how to clear the static on the line when it comes to hearing God speak.
  • Can You Hear Him Now?

    Dr. Larry Osborne
    Can You Hear Him Now? How can we hear from God? And what if the counsel we're getting seems to contradict?

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  • So, You're Preaching This Sunday...

    Ray Pritchard
    So, You're Preaching This Sunday... Let’s suppose you’re a pastor and you’re preaching this Sunday. That’s six days away. To the man or woman in the pew, that seems like a long time, but it’s not. Perhaps you’ve heard of the Preacher’s Calendar. It goes like this...
  • Why Preach from a Manuscript?

    Tim Brister
    Why Preach from a Manuscript? I have taken some time in recent days to reflect on the lessons I’ve learned and benefits I’ve received from using a full manuscript in my preaching, and I thought I share them here for what it’s worth.
  • 4 Ways to Overcome the Monday Morning “Preaching Hangover”

    Brian Croft
    4 Ways to Overcome the Monday Morning “Preaching Hangover” You may call it something different, but every pastor knows about it. It is the mental, emotional, and spiritual crash that takes place the next day (Monday) as a result of pouring your heart and soul out in the proclamation of God’s Word to God’s people the day before.
  • 5 Ways I Prepare to Preach

    Ron Edmondson
    5 Ways I Prepare to Preach People often ask how I prepare to preach on Sunday mornings. Here are the routines that help me prepare.
  • A Key Sign that You Are Maturing as a Preacher

    Michael J. Kruger
    A Key Sign that You Are Maturing as a Preacher Over the years, I have learned to ask students a key question that can reveal a lot about how they are developing as a preacher. “What did you leave out?”
  • Stay Sharp, Pastor!

    Theologically Driven
    Stay Sharp, Pastor! We, as pastors, need help in staying sharp, setting priorities for continued growth in knowledge and ability in that which is our main calling–the ministry. Here are some tips for doing so: