Dr. Larry Moyer
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Just for Preachers: Caution with the Sinner's Prayer
January 11, 2018
Often when preachers come to the end of an evangelistic message, they encourage unbelievers to trust Christ right in their seats. That can...
Enthusiasm: An Overlooked Part of Leadership
January 8, 2018
There is a characteristic too easily forgotten in leadership, often accounting for a lack of motivation among one’s people. What is it?...
Just for Preachers: The Best Way to Break Bad Preaching Habits
December 14, 2017
My mentor Haddon Robinson used to say, “It is easier to form good habits in preaching than to break bad habits.” He was so right. The...
Accountability is not Optional
December 11, 2017
On a regular basis, a close brother in Christ asks me two questions: 1.) Are you being faithful to your wife? And 2.) Are you lying to me?"...
Just for Preachers: 3 Obstacles that Hinder the Development of Your Communication Skills
November 16, 2017
I have never met a pastor who is serious about both his ministry and personal development who doesn’t also want to enhance His...
Leaders Must Lead by Example
November 13, 2017
Church leaders sincerely want to see their people evangelize. Many of them, however, do not regularly share their faith and neither do their...
Just for Preachers: 3 Ways to Improve Your Preaching
October 12, 2017
Dedicated and conscientious preachers are never satisfied with their preaching. They want to keep improving. To do this, I suggest the...
4 Ways to Maintain a Good Work Ethic
October 9, 2017
Being raised on a dairy farm gives you a good work ethic. Dairy farming is just plain hard work. I have been asked though, “How have you...
Just for Preachers: A Check List for Speaking Clearly
September 14, 2017
There is nothing God-honoring about being so confusing that people have difficulty following you. I’d love to share my typical checklist...
Gospel Opportunities Following Tragic Events
September 11, 2017
A church follows its leaders. If you want your church to be evangelistic, they must see and hear your burden for non-Christians from you...