Sometimes asking yourself questions will help you answer the "so what" factor in your sermon. Josh Duckworth shares three questions that will help you communicate to your congregation why they should care about what you have to say.
How much does your preaching style really matter? Talbot Davis shares about the power of evocative preaching.
We all know the historical background of a sermon text can be vitally important. Bob Kaylor explains how you can present the historical background of a sermon text without losing your audience.
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Have you ever been confused by the whole law vs. grace thing? Preaching Collective offers a helpful explanation according to John Wesley.
Adam Kline shares more wisdom on how storytelling can enhance your congregation's ability to retain your sermons.
We constantly evaluate the value of resources. So, sometimes, we tend to treat people like they are resources and make judgments about their value to us. Jim Kinder shares a sermon about what happens when we choose to value all people.
What could you possibly learn about preaching from those Pixar cartoons? Bob Kaylor shares some interesting lessons.
In this sermon, Aaron Perry dives deep into the nature of the soul--what it is and what it isn't--and how to grow a soul that reflects the image of God.
Do you want to improve your public speaking skills? The Preaching Collective shares wisdom from John Wesley on pronunciation and gesture.
Adam Kline preaches on Mark 13 and the apocalyptic teaching of Jesus.
In this new feature on the Preaching Collective, we'll post video of sermons on particular texts and topics, along with a brief outline of each. In this first installment, Bob Kaylor offers a sermon on the Ascension, which was part of a series on the Nicene Creed.
One of the errors some preachers make when they think of “narrative preaching" is that they assume that narrative preaching means either preaching by...
You saw what worship could be like on Easter Sunday. It would be nice if it could be more like that every other Sunday. Preaching Collective offers some tips for how to get started in that direction.