Easter Sermon Ideas
Easter Sermon Ideas

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.

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Ideas for Mother’s Day Sermons
Ideas for Mother’s Day Sermons

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.

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3 Reasons Why Pastors Should Use Commentaries
3 Reasons Why Pastors Should Use Commentaries

In addition to the non-negotiable primary source that is the foundation for every sermon, you as a pastor should consult the writings of other scholars/thinkers who, like yourself, have wrestled with the Scriptures. In other words, you should use commentaries. Here are 3 reasons why:

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How To Lead A Successful Board Meeting
How To Lead A Successful Board Meeting

Pastors are often responsible for many areas of church ministry. Preaching, discipling, and, among other things, leading board meetings. Next time you’re called on to lead a board meeting (or any meeting, for that matter), use these tips to run the meeting in a way that honors board members’ time and expertise.

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10 questions you need to ask yourself (before your next sermon)
10 questions you need to ask yourself (before your next sermon)

It’s easy to fall into a sermon preparation routine, whether it’s an intentional routine or not. If you’ve already established your routine, incorporate these 10 questions to take your sermon preparation to the next level. And if you don’t already have a routine, use these questions to streamline your sermon preparation process and bring intentionality to the next sermon you preach.

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