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While anyone could have a reason to not look forward to Christmas, it also remains a season of hope and joy. A time of turning disenchantment to optimism.
If you want to create a sermon that’s fresh and inspiring, you need to create a space that’s focused. Here are 3 ways to create a focused space for preparing your sermons.
With such a cacophony of anxieties and headlines surrounding the topic of AI in the workplace, you may be asking: “How is AI being used in the workplace and is it really affecting jobs?”
Ever stared at a blank page, wrestling with how to transform divine insights into an engaging sermon? The sermon outline, my friend, is your lifeline. It's the backbone of every powerful message, giving structure and flow to your words.
While the holidays are a time for cheer and celebration with loved ones, they can also be a painful reminder of the loved ones who are no longer with us.
Ever feel like sermon prep time is impeding your creative spark? Sometimes when an idea strikes, it can be hard to find a place to get started between the outlining process, gathering research, and coming up with creative examples for a strong sermon.
The people of the Bible are an important vehicle for us as Christians to learn from, understanding the relationship between us and God; the ways in which we draw close to Him, fall short, and the grace we’re given when doing so.