Sometimes we get stuck or need a little motivation to stay fresh and current in our communication.  Hopefully these articles will stimulate you to "keep preaching the Word, in season and out." 

Articles and Videos

Four Kinds of Expositional Preaching  by Ed Stetzer
7 Reasons Why Speakers Flop
3-D Storytelling in Preaching
Better Big Ideas by Hadden Robinson
Andy Stanley's Formula for Preaching
The Prosperity Gospel

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Can you think of any greater privilege than to be called to be a leader in the church of Jesus Christ? The church is his Body, his Bride, the Temple of his Spirit, his Flock, his Army, and his Family. Can you think of any greater responsibility than leading his church? This is why God's Word gives us such challenging requirements for Christian leadership. The standards are high, for both the church's vitality and the leader's vitality.     
True worship, in other words, is defined by the priority we place on who God is in our lives and where God is on our list of priorities. True worship is a matter of the heart expressed through a lifestyle of holiness. Thus, if your lifestyle does not express the beauty of holiness through an extravagant or exaggerated love for God, and you do not live in extreme or excessive submission to God, then I invite you to make worship a non-negotiable priority in your life.
In the CNBC, it is the local congregation that initiates and schedules an ordination, not the convention.