For this episode of the Sermonary podcast, Josh Taylor sat down with Jack Hestar, the Teaching Pastor at Mars Hill Church to cover six tips for improving your public speaking during your sermons!
The sermon outline is your secret weapon in sermon preparation. If you love to preach but struggle with creating solid outlines, this post will help you understand the importance of a sermon outline and give you more confidence in the outlining process.
Kyle Beshears is a teaching pastor in Mobile, Alabama, and the author of the recent book Apatheism: How We Share When They Don’t Care, which will help you understand how to approach your apathetic neighbors with the gospel. He’s also one of the best researchers we know, which is why Josh invited him to talk about today’s topic- best practices when preaching using commentaries!
As you make plans to make Father’s Day special, don’t forget about your sermon. If you’re not sure what topic to preach, here are some Father’s Day sermon ideas to help.
As a pastor, you want to consistently write sermons that have an impact, sermons that cause people to respond. So, in today’s episode of the Sermonary Podcast, we’re going to talk about the 3 targets that you need to hit in order to craft effective sermons.
We’re often tempted to skip over lists of names because we’re not sure how to pull an application from it. From a modern perspective, it can seem like lists of names in the Bible are insignificant- but we serve a God who is very intentional, and His every Word is flawless. So, how do we reconcile that?
John Stange is a writer and pastor (his book, Dwell On These Things, comes out in May), but he’s also a church planter who mentors other church planters. Josh Taylor from our team sat down with him to discuss 7 things you should know before planting your own church.
If your church is ready to reach more people this summer, consider a unique summer sermon series. Here are some ideas…
John Stange is an author, podcaster, blogger, pastor, church planter, mentor, and speaker. His newest book, Dwell on These Things, comes out in May 2021. Today, he’s joining Josh Taylor for a discussion of how to deal with criticism from others and from yourself while you’re serving as a pastor.
This article serves as your ultimate guide to preparing sermons. We are here to help you save time, be more creative, make a bigger impact, and most importantly, honor God with your sermons.
Easter Sunday is the highest attended Sunday of the year for many churches. Churches across America have the chance to speak to people who might not think about church any other time of the year. Because your church has the opportunity to reach many new people this Easter, your sermon topic should reflect that opportunity. If you haven’t decided what to preach this Easter, check out these ideas.
For many churches, Mother’s Day is one of the highest attended Sundays of the year. Use your sermon this Mother’s Day to share hope, encouragement, and wisdom from Scripture. Wondering what to preach this Mother’s Day? Choose one of these Mother’s Day sermon topics.