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    Become a Preaching Ninja

    Become a Preaching Ninja

    My good friend, Lane Sebring has released a brand new book on preaching and I am stoked for pastors to be able to benefit from it. Lane is the founder of PreachingDonkey.com and the author of Preaching Killer Sermons and, his new book, Become a Preaching Ninja. In my opinion, if you want to take […]

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    How to Improve Your Preaching as a Seminary Student

    How to Improve Your Preaching as a Seminary Student

    If you’re a Seminary student or a Bible College student that feels called to preach, but you don’t have any opportunities to preach, how do you improve? I believe there is one powerful thing you can do starting today to get the most important thing you need: reps. You need reps and there is no […]

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    Assess Your First Impressions

    Every week we are holding worship services, we are preaching and teaching, we are singing and giving. Everything we do makes sense to the regular attendee. They are not going to wander around looking for the worship center or the bathroom. They are not going to walk into your building and wonder if their kids […]

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    6 Marks of a Faithful Preacher

    6 Marks of a Faithful Preacher

    You and I want to be counted as faithful preachers of God’s word. But what does that look like? What should be our guiding light as we continue to walk in, what I believe is, the best vocation anyone could ever be called to? Paul was concerned about this very thing for his mentee, Timothy. […]

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    Sticky Sermons Academy is Permanently Open + Discount

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    Can we talk about your preaching for a moment?  Do you believe you’re stuck or do you believe you can improve? I’m convinced the truth is the latter. That’s why I want to let you know that registration is now OPEN to join Sticky Sermons Academy. And as a way to celebrate, we are offering a $50 discount […]

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    3 Pastoral Resolutions for 2019

    Everyone around you is creating or has created resolutions for 2019. They want to eat better, be more active, be a better person etc. Maybe you have started on working on some of these resolutions as well. If you are a pastor I think there are three resolutions you should look at committing to in […]

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    How to Develop a Personal Growth Plan as a Pastor

    How to Develop a Personal Growth Plan as a Pastor

    The amount of different areas pastors must be versed in and knowledgeable of can sometimes be overwhelming. On any given day, we can be facing challenges, solving problems, planning ahead, or addressing any of the following things: Staffing (leading, coaching, hiring, alignment, meetings, evaluation) Sermon prep (yearly planning, series planning, creative media around a series, […]

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    3 Ways to Recover from Christmas

    Christmas is a super busy time for pastors and church leaders. All the services and activities and expectations can weigh on us and make us unproductive for a season. I try to counteract this by sticking to a quick and easy plan starting the day after Christmas until the start of the next year. Here […]