Gospel Relevance

Gospel-Centered Resources For The Gospel-Driven Life

The Communication Between Preacher and Congregant

Communication is a two-way street. The speaker sends a message and the listener receives it. The speaker’s job is to speak accurately and clearly, ensuring care with tonality and word choice. The receiver’s job, on the other hand, is to listen by being fully present.


You Never Finish a Sermon

While driving in our SUV on a Saturday morning, my wife asked, “How’s your sermon coming along?” I was set to preach the next Lord’s Day. “It’s about 95% done,” I said, although I spent a better part of 10 hours or so working on


Why We Should Not Entirely Emulate Our Favorite Preachers

One downside of the surge in podcast growth over the past few years is the decline in the number of people listening to sermons. Even preachers don’t listen to preaching much anymore. But preachers should listen to other preachers because some things are caught, not


Resources for Sermon Preparation

I preach about 50% of the sermons at my church. It’s difficult to preach as often as I do without helps. Although living in the 21st Century has many disadvantages, one upside is the plethora of tools we have to empower Christian growth. For pastors,


How to Preach the Gospel to Unbelievers

Learning how to preach the gospel to unbelievers is easier than you may think. You don’t have to have a seminary degree, understand Greek and Hebrew, and know your Bible inside and out (although all of those things would be helpful, of course). You just