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Too Many Calories—Not Enough Sustenance!

April 10, 2017

I didn’t do it for Lent or anything, but I am on a very strict diet and doing my level best to stay away from the dessert table. Honestly, I have felt for a long time that I could live on ice cream and cookies. But more recently I have been experiencing the good feeling …

Essentials for a Vertical Church

March 22, 2017

What would make your list of essentials for a vertical church? Here are four things to consider: Praying for God’s manifest presence… Isaiah 64:1 Faithfulness where God has placed you… Psalm 37:3 Generosity that leads to increase… Proverbs 11:24 Investing in life-on-life discipleship… 2 Timothy 2:2

4 Insights for Greater Fruit-Bearing

February 03, 2017

Whether you’re a young church planter walking by faith, or a mature pastor experiencing the blessing of God’s favor—wherever you are on the spectrum of pastoral ministry, I hope these insights will help you bear more fruit for His kingdom. Take a few minutes to listen in on my parting conversations with four men from our Harvest Training Center—all gifted and …

4 Tips for Your Preaching Ministry

January 26, 2017

From elevating the importance of prayer, to ‘pounding one nail’—here are four more ministry tips for church planting pastors. Watch these clips with a few of our most recent Harvest Training Center graduates, who are planting or serving at vertical churches in North America and around the world.

The Greatest Event in Human History

July 12, 2016

Nothing more satisfying than a growing discipleship relationship with the men in our own church. After five Act Like Men “serious as a heart attack” Sunday-night discipleship events – this is how the faithful attenders from September ’15–May ’16 rewarded each other – with an Act Like Men Palooza, dubbed “the greatest event in human …

How Worship Can Amplify Sermon Impact

May 20, 2016

It surprises me that it is not always apparent to the preacher of the Word that the musical support surrounding his proclamation can significantly amplify and punctuate the message God has given for the congregation that weekend.

The Tension in the Truth

March 31, 2016

During the time allotted for sermon prep, pastors frequently feel a growing dissonance about a tension created by the biblical text from which they are working. To illustrate, if I were planning to speak on abortion, I might begin to feel a growing tension as I prepare. I would sense the need to express grace …

A Compelling State of Affairs

December 03, 2015

Leaders don’t spend a lot of time on things that are going well. Leaders look for underutilized resources, for new talent. They are constantly on the search for what could improve—and into that, they are speaking a compelling state of affairs. The subject of leadership is so massive in importance, we dedicated two days this …

Unapologetic Preaching and Raising Your Voice

October 30, 2015

“And my speech and my preaching were not with persuasive words of human wisdom, but in demonstration of the Spirit and of power…” (1 Corinthians 2:4). Preaching—true biblical preaching, heralding the message as Scripture commands—is becoming less and less common as the anti-authority, “God is my life coach” spirit of the age becomes more and …

God Will Not Forget—Don’t Forget It! 

July 24, 2015

Hebrews 6:10: For God is not unjust so as to forget your work and the love which you have shown toward His name, in having ministered and in still ministering to the saints. It’s summer, and vacation that is much needed and well deserved is happening for many people in ministry. This is a good …

The Gospel Changes Everything

June 22, 2015

Love, love, love the stories of how God continues to be glorified through people who build on the foundation of unconditional forgiveness in Christ and let the Lord truly transform them… If you need a lift, watch this.

From Agony to Glory

April 10, 2015

Blown away and very, very grateful for the team of tireless artists and technicians who dreamed and planned and delivered our most impactful Good Friday/Easter services combo, ever. Their breadth of styles and creativity of presentation were a bountiful bouquet—a panoramic palette of hues and shades that illumined Jesus Christ, from agony to glory, in …

Calling and Longevity in Ministry

March 31, 2015

The threat of burnout is very real for many ministry leaders, and I know it firsthand. Just as the apostle Paul kept his eyes on the prize and his focus on ‘the Day’ when he would stand before Christ, we all need to have “he who endures to the end will be saved” (Matthew 24:13) …

No Better Legacy

February 18, 2015

There is no way, humanly speaking, I would be preaching today if my mom had not instilled in me a love for God’s Word. From my earliest memories, she gathered her own kids with the neighborhood kids, and through flannel graph and passionate storytelling deposited in our little souls a love for God’s Word.

5 Ways to Create a Culture of Generosity

January 22, 2015

“There is one who scatters, and yet increases all the more.” Proverbs 11:24 Have you experienced this principle firsthand? How about your church? Kathy and I have. And as our church family has scattered what the Lord has entrusted to us, over time we have experienced the kind of unexpected provision that only He could …

5 Impactful Things for Better Preaching

December 30, 2014

“Preaching is theology coming through a man who is on fire.” Martin Lloyd Jones once said that, and it’s a favorite quote of mine. If a man can speak dispassionately about the Word of God, he has no right to be in a pulpit. But you can have right theology and authentic passion, yet not …

5 Forgiveness Failures

December 09, 2014

Forgiveness is the decision to release someone from the obligation that resulted when they injured you. Many in ministry leadership are failing in this area, to the detriment of their churches, their families, and themselves. When people end up in the ditch and out of ministry, it is very often because of unforgiveness. Two years …

Fast 5 for Thanksgiving

November 25, 2014

An early Thanksgiving post on the blog today. I want to share some things I’ve learned not only about being thankful, but how you can help, encourage, and bless your people—and your family—this holiday week. Happy Thanksgiving! 🙂

Some Wind for Your Sail

November 21, 2014

Ministry leadership is a privilege, but we all face difficult seasons of pruning and even times of fallow ground. Again and again, I have seen tough seasons yield in God’s time to renewed seasons of joy and ministry growth. As we wait by faith for God to move afresh, we wonder if those joyful, fruit-bearing days …

5 Essential Yet Neglected Pastoral Duties

November 13, 2014

Watch this first. 🙂 5 Essential Yet Neglected Pastoral Duties Why did you get into ministry? Why did you become a pastor? For most of us, the answer would be a combination of a calling to preach the Word, love people, and spread the gospel. These are the things that are rooted deep in our …

5 Time Wasters (and What to Do About Them)

November 07, 2014

Hey, welcome to our first ‘Fast 5’! In 2 Timothy 2:2, Paul exhorts us to entrust what we have learned “to faithful men who will be able to teach others also.” And I’m fired up about sharing some practical things I’ve learned through my years of ministry. I pray these insights will help you steward …

48 Hours Can Change a Life

October 31, 2014

What does it look like for God’s men to act like men? Not with some crazy, inflated bravado, but men who are strong in the strength of Christ. Men who are stoked by a renewed passion to love and serve others as an expression of thankfulness for everything God has done for them. When solid, …

#HarvestU2014: Pursuing Christ’s Promise

October 21, 2014

Harvest University, our annual ministry training conference, is happening right now. Some 2200 pastors and leaders have gathered from churches around the world for three days of intense training, equipping, and encouragement. I am so grateful for our church planting ministry, Harvest Bible Fellowship, and the awesome work of God that continues in our 15th …

Disclosure: Let’s Get After It

October 15, 2014

Men know we need to have spiritually meaningful, life-giving connections with other men. But what we often don’t know is how to get there. Men generally want to relate in the context of an activity, but going fishing together is no guarantee we’ll actually talk about things that really matter. So what does it take …

It’s Time to Act Like Men

September 26, 2014

I’m so excited for the Act Like Men conference coming to Dallas/Ft. Worth this November 14-15. We’re praying and asking God to do a life-changing work in the heart of every man who will be there. Check out these photos from last year. If you’re in the DFW area, you can be part of this—register …

Where Is the Evidence?

May 13, 2014

No one worries much if the shovel and salt are in the garage when a sprinkling of snow comes in October or March—but when the blizzard comes, you want to make sure you are ready to deal with it. The greater the importance, the greater the need for confidence. Nothing is more important than a biblical assurance …

The Earth Stood Still

December 20, 2013

Pastors: Don’t fear a lack of originality at Christmas. If How the Grinch Stole Christmas and It’s a Wonderful Life can be watched every year, and if “Jingle Bells” and “Santa Claus Is Coming to Town” can be sung every year, you don’t have to wrestle with “something they have never heard before” in your …

Catching Up

October 08, 2013

So many great things are going on these days, and I pray you are blessed in your service to Christ and His church as well. Just to give you a sense of where my heart is at today…

Who Needs a Resurrection?

June 24, 2013

Last weekend in our church, we saw many respond to the teaching on the death and Christ’s raising of Lazarus in John 11. Seeing eternal transformation take place before your eyes—as God’s Spirit brings conviction of sin and grants repentance,

Five Things My Mom Taught Me

February 08, 2013

Happy Friday…I’ve been thinking about my mom a lot this week. I think that’s partly because I spoke at Moody Founders Week—she always used to loved to come and hear me there. We also just passed her third birthday in heaven, which was January 31—I’m sure she had an awesome day.

Whatever is Pure

January 16, 2013

Pastors!  Are you practicing your preaching and knowing the peace of mind that comes from personal purity? Are you living inside the boundaries God has established? Hebrews 13:4 – “Let marriage be held in honor among all, and let the marriage bed be undefiled, for God will judge the sexually immoral and adulterous.“

God at Work through the Gospel

January 08, 2013

Nothing stirs my heart about faithful service to Christ and His church more than a fresh account of God at work through the power of the Gospel. Watch the story below, shared in our services last weekend, and be encouraged.

Can You Do It Again, Pastor?

December 14, 2012

After another exhausting week, in a string of weeks so far back I can’t see the start, I have yet another day of high-pressure message preparation. No matter what has happened this week or this month, everything is about to fade into a blur over the next 24 hours until just this single responsibility weighs …

Vertical Church Tour Recap

October 18, 2012

With all my heart I believe the battle that rages in the heavenlies is for the glory of God and His great Son, Jesus Christ. The enemy is very happy with horizontal church. As long as church is boring, entertaining, or self-help, it does not threaten the kingdom of darkness.

Equipping vs. Serving: Are You Ready for Full-Time Ministry?

September 25, 2012

One of the key ministry values here at Harvest is recognizing the difference between equipping and serving. Serving is great, but serving is not the primary calling of a full-time pastor.

Common Mistakes Made by Young Preachers

September 18, 2012

One of my greatest joys these days is working with young preachers, trying to ‘fast track’ them through some of the lessons I have learned through almost three decades of preaching. I was blessed to attend some great schools, but truthfully most of the bit I have learned about preaching came from painful Sunday afternoons …

The Ministry Pattern You Need to Know

September 11, 2012

Every minister of the Gospel that I’ve known who bears fruit has encountered opposition. I have encountered it. And if you’re committed to the unapologetic preaching of the Word of God for the rest of your life, opposition is coming. “Through many tribulations we enter the kingdom of God” (Acts 14:22).

What Only God Can Do

July 31, 2012

You can’t fake glory. You can’t manufacture it, or manipulate it, or manifest it at will. Only God Himself can bring glory into a church, and when He does, communities get shaken and lives get changed, and the fame of Jesus Christ curls continuously upon the shore of human hearts

What Every Heart Longs For. What Every Church Can Be.

July 06, 2012

Church was never meant to be safe. Or comfortable. Or predictable. God isn’t any of those things.

Preaching the Word & a Vertical Response

June 28, 2012

The New Testament knows nothing of an unbaptized convert. Jesus asked us to do two specific things—to remember His sacrifice with the bread and the cup, and to be baptized. I’ve been preaching verse-by-verse through the book of John in a study called Authentic Jesus. A few weeks ago the entire message was dedicated to …

When I Need a Miracle: What to do While I Wait

June 19, 2012

It was a real honor for me to preach for the third time at the Southern Baptist Convention last night in New Orleans. I felt very small, sandwiched between Dr. Jack Graham

Where is Your Trust?

May 15, 2012

Jesus on his part did not entrust himself to them, because he knew all people and needed no one to bear witness about man, for he himself knew what was in man. —John 2:24-25

2 Problems with Consumer Christians

May 08, 2012

This weekend I preached from John 2:13-22, on Christ’s response to the consumer mindset that had taken over the temple. And nothing is more of an axe to the tree of vertical church—of God church, of glory church—than “consumer church.”

Miracles Flow through Active Faith

May 01, 2012

This year at Harvest we’re walking verse-by-verse through the book of John. Last weekend’s teaching was on Christ’s first public miracle, at the wedding in Cana. And while God does not promise prosperity or healing in every circumstance (2 Corinthians 12:7), He does continue to work

A Sendoff for Hungry Shepherds

April 26, 2012

Wow. Yesterday, after 2.5 days of pouring into and worshiping with over 2000 pastors and leaders from around the world, we closed out Harvest University 2012. Today, I’m thanking God for the outpouring of His Spirit

Going Vertical at #HarvestU

April 23, 2012

Today kicks off Harvest University, our annual church planting conference. Right NOW we’re gathered with a packed house of 2000 pastors and ministry leaders from Harvest Bible Chapels around the world

Multi-site and Fruitfulness

April 19, 2012

Harvest Bible Chapel is now on 7 campuses—and each is a story of reluctant expansion, given our greater passion to plant autonomous churches. When dying congregations have come for help or facilities have been given to us, we have infrequently multiplied locations

Garden Tomb: He Arose Victorious

April 09, 2012

“He is not here, for He has risen, just as He said. Come, see the place where He was lying. Go quickly and tell His disciples that He has risen from the dead…” —Matthew 28:6-7 Jesus’ rising bodily from the grave changed everything.

Golgotha: He Suffered to the End

April 06, 2012

Following Christ to the Cross, we come to Golgotha—the place where He who knew no sin, became sin on our behalf. Here Jesus suffered more than anywhere else, and here He demonstrated His love to the very end.   It was now about the sixth hour, and there was darkness over the whole land

Via Dolorosa: He Suffered Willingly

April 05, 2012

As we continue following the footsteps of Christ, we’re in Jerusalem on the Via Dolorosa—the road of suffering. It is the road that Jesus walked, staggering toward the ultimate sacrifice with a heavy cross upon His torn and bloodied back. So often we try to refuse the trials

Caiaphas’s House: He Suffered Alone

April 04, 2012

We’re on the steps of Caiaphas’s house in Jerusalem—the courtyard of the high priest where the Savior was left alone to endure His trial. As you reflect on Christ’s suffering, remember that we’re following in His steps. If you’ve felt like those you love aren’t there for you, remind yourself that Jesus also suffered—alone.

Antonia Fortress: Christ’s Suffering Continues

April 03, 2012

Now Jesus stood before the governor. And the governor asked Him, saying, “Are You the King of the Jews?” Jesus said to him, “It is as you say.” —Matthew 27:11   Today we meet at Jerusalem’s Antonia Fortress—

Gethsemane: Are You Totally Surrendered to God?

April 02, 2012

This week is a week like no other, covering the space between the shouts of “Hosanna!” and waving palm branches of Christ’s entry into Jerusalem, and His journey to the Cross. Watch the clip below, then pray a prayer of surrender. Give to God whatever burdens you are carrying, in total submission to His will

Serving God Is Hard Work

March 09, 2012

God commands you to serve. This is your 24/7/365 card-carrying-follower-of-Jesus-Christ-member-of-the-family-of-God duty. Don’t say, “We should serve. Let’s pray about it.” Don’t pray about it—just do it. Find a job. Roll up your sleeves. Do it forever!

Walk in the Word Receives the Billy Graham Award

March 02, 2012

We’re excited to share that Walk in the Word was honored as the 2012 recipient the NRB Billy Graham Award for Excellence in Communication. This award was presented during the National Radio Broadcast’s annual convention in Nashville to a Christian organization that effectively and creatively uses multiple electronic media technologies in fulfillment of its mission, …


March 02, 2012

How many of us have launched out to serve the Lord with an expectation of how it’s going to be, and found it’s not like we thought?

Welcome to Harvest

February 16, 2012

When people are looking for a church home, they want insider information—to learn what’s behind the service they’ve just attended and the core values the church is built upon. At Harvest Bible Chapel, those values are known as

The Law of the Lord

February 02, 2012

While it’s exciting to hear what people have to say about the Bible, I don’t think there’s any better way to appropriately understand what we’re holding, than to look at what God’s Word has to say about itself.   “The law of the LORD is perfect, reviving the soul; the testimony of the LORD is …

Is My Prayer Real?

January 19, 2012

Authentic isn’t just something you feel; authentic is something you do. People who have authentic faith do certain things—they develop the disciplines of a sincere faith.   Start with this question as it relates to your prayer life: Is my prayer real?   Is it genuine, is it sincere?

The Persevering Preacher

January 13, 2012

Nothing is more essential to success in the Christian life than perseverance. It’s the ingredient you have to have. Faith gets you started; perseverance keeps you going.   Jesus said, “He who endures to the end will be saved” (Mark 13:13). That ought to cause us some concern. He who endures to the end will …

Things I Would Change If I Could

January 03, 2012

One more video from the Q and A sessions at the Preach the Word Conference. I trust that you’ll find this content as helpful and hilarious as I did. And I hope you make it a priority to be in a church where

Jesus Christ Is Our Peace

December 20, 2011

The Hebrew shalom is a universal greeting; it means “peace, a complete state of well being.” But the New Testament significantly expands the concept of peace.

And He Is Everlasting

December 16, 2011

Again, consider this amazing verse of Scripture that tells of Jesus Christ and what He came to accomplish. Isaiah 9:6, “For unto us a child is born, unto us a Son is given: and the government shall be upon His shoulder:

Father God Revealed in Christ

December 13, 2011

I love my children, and they love me. I love my father, and I have always known his love. But hear this: No human can fill the Father hole in the human heart. A good father helps, but

We Can Call Him Wonderful Counselor, If…

December 09, 2011

Consider again Isaiah 9:6, overflowing with a richness of depth and dimension about our Savior Jesus Christ: “Unto us a child is born; unto us a Son is given. And the government shall be

Jesus Is a WONDERFUL Counselor

December 06, 2011

You know you’re talking to a wonderful counselor when they open the Scriptures and speak the Word of Christ into your life. Find people who will go against the grain of what you want (counseling to your flesh) and speak the Word into your life that you need.

The Most Important Names of All

December 01, 2011

Names are very, very important. When you call someone out by their name, it’s kind of a big deal. Calling someone by their name indicates that you know them—that you know who they are. There’s a connection that happens when you know someone by their name…and Jesus’ names are the most important of all.   …

God Is Doing Something Awesome

November 07, 2011

  Something awesome, maybe unparalleled (for us), is happening in our church. There is a fervency and unity and moving of God’s Spirit in our services that is provoking such expectancy every week. It’s the worship and the Word and the hunger of the people…it’s…I can’t totally explain it, but it is truly AWESOME!

Apology School: Are you a graduate?

October 27, 2011

I have had to apologize a lot through the years—for things I did, for things I should have done, or should have done better.  I have been back at it in recent days, and a couple of weeks ago I shared with the church family what I have learned in Apology School.

2 Things a Multi-Site Pastor Can’t Do

October 25, 2011

Sometimes I get weary of people arguing for one side as though the other does not exist, when in reality it often does. Some arguments involve absolute truth and have only one side. But most division (outside what the Scriptures prescribe specifically) involves matters of

Preaching the Gospel to Harvest Students – September 2011

October 13, 2011

A few weeks ago, we rushed out of church on a Saturday night and headed to downtown Chicago for an important youth event at our Harvest Cathedral in the heart of the city.  What a joy to proclaim the incredible truth of Psalm 27:4

On Preaching Notes

September 24, 2011

I’m frequently asked about my preaching notes. In the video below, I explain the logic behind how I structure my notes. I know such things aren’t one size fits all, but hopefully there’s something helpful in there for you.

Lord, Change Me

September 20, 2011

This weekend we began an expanded, updated version of what I believe is the most impactful teaching that we’ve ever done at Harvest. We’re calling it, “Lord, Change Me.” Because faulty, man-centered methods for change will always

On Using the Week to Prepare a Sermon

June 28, 2011

A Fresh View of God at Work

June 23, 2011

In Psalm 46:10, the Lord exhorts us to “Be still, and know that I am God.” It’s counsel I need to heed more frequently, and you probably do too. So whatever else you are doing right now, STOP. Cease striving. Take a few minutes for this account of God’s unconditional pursuit of one young man. …

When It Storms

May 31, 2011

Been thinking a lot lately about the disasters that keep raging around us, the tornadoes, earthquakes, tsunamis, floods and devastation that have brought a tragic end to so many lives…

Vertical Church

May 11, 2011

When you talk about the purpose of the church, what is the one word that should be at the forefront of your mind? Vertical. What do I mean by that?

The Mission of Missions is the Church

May 10, 2011

We’re full swing into Harvest University–2.5 days of intensive ministry equipping. There are more than 1500 pastors and church leaders here from across North America and around the world. Tonight, we will

Good Friday Service – Luke/Tony

April 26, 2011

We had a record Good Friday service this year, with more than 12,000 in attendance at Harvest’s multiple services.  A highlight for me was having my oldest son Luke and our son in-law Tony do a Crowder/Lecrae song together.  The entire service was dark, and devoid of any real hope, but it certainly set the …

Are You Saved?

April 19, 2011

God, in His mercy, sent His Son to die for your sin so that you could be saved. Are you saved? How do you know? Watch this message and get this issue settled today.

What’s Down with Hell?

April 14, 2011

God’s Word has a lot to say about the reality of hell—regardless of popular opinion or current trends. Here’s an entire message that I preached at our church called What’s Down with Hell?

The Word of God Obliterates Unbelief – Check it out!

March 29, 2011

So much emphasis today is on the power of personal persuasion in sharing the gospel. What to say, how to say it. Reasons to believe, proofs for the authority of scripture -methods for gaining credibility blah blah blah. It’s always helpful to hear an actual testimony of how someone got saved.

Keep Your Eye on the Ball

March 25, 2011

Not All Mobs Are Negative

March 03, 2011

Our annual trek to the National Religious Broadcasters convention came like a roar this year. Literally–when 120 people marched into the middle of the NRB convention at the Opryland Hotel and created a flash mob. The purpose was to highlight our ministry for station managers that carry our program and others that might be interested, …

Can’t Leave Easter Yet

April 05, 2010

“Can’t leave Easter yet. Almost 17,000 worshipers, the Gospel going out with power, and a lot of great singing like this . . .

He Is Risen!

April 01, 2010

Tomorrow we will take some time to remember the amazing sacrifice of Jesus Christ on the cross through some powerful, yet reflective services at our church. I trust that you will set some time aside do the same. Romans 5:8 says, “but God shows his love for us in that while we were still sinners, …

What Does the Book of Revelation Say to the Church Today?

March 11, 2010

I’m almost half way through the book of Revelation. And in my 21 years at Harvest Bible Chapel, I have never taught through this book before. I have to tell you, I am deeply impacted by this study. What does this book written by John almost 2,000 years ago have to say to the church …

Social Gospel vs Gospel Proclamation

March 04, 2010

What Gospel are you preaching? Are you preaching the true, biblical Gospel of Jesus Christ?

God Uses Camp in Students’ Lives

February 25, 2010

Do you send your students to camp? If you don’t, you should. God uses that time away from their regular routines, cell phones, and Facebook to speak to them in a powerful way. They hear His Word and respond to it. Here’s what God did through Camp Harvest in our students’ lives this winter.

God Makes It Happen

February 18, 2010

Salvation, biblically speaking, is four things. Take a look at this clip from a recent message to see what they are. It is God Who makes it happen.

Encouragement: Lives Changed by the Gospel

February 11, 2010

Hey: Thanks for coming back to this blog again and again; our audience is really growing. One of the things I want to accomplish here is to encourage pastors to keep “preaching the Word.” Popular today is the notion that to really reach people you have to some how ‘get beyond the Bible.’ We have …

Is It Soup Yet?

February 04, 2010

A lot of well-meaning people respond to what they think is the Gospel, but sometimes they don’t have the whole story. Are all of the essential ingredients in your Gospel presentation?

Haiti Update

January 28, 2010

Hey, you know that my heart and mind are on the people of Haiti these days. Here’s a five minute update that I gave to our church family at Harvest Bible Chapel last weekend on what God is doing through the ministry of Churches Helping Churches.

Large Churches vs. Small Churches

January 11, 2010

Hey, I know that sometimes the size of your church can be a source of encouragement or discouragement to you. I want to encourage you with what I think about the size of a church. Here is a recent teaching about Jesus comments to the faithful church in Philadelphia from Revelation 3:8. Do you agree …

Remembering Roy

January 07, 2010

It’s hard for me to start a new year without thinking of the phone call that I received in the early hours of 2005 about one of the founding Elders of Harvest Bible Chapel. Let me tell you about a man who was gripped by Jesus Christ, my friend, Roy Gromke.

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