Dr. Larry Moyer
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Just for Preachers: Seeing People the Way God Sees Them
May 17, 2018
As a preacher preaches, people can easily tell if what he says comes from his heart or simply his head. Along with that, they can easily...
Why Leaders Need to be Transparent about Their Fear
May 14, 2018
Church leaders often overlook one of the most effective elements of evangelistic leadership—admitting their own fear to evangelize. ...
Just for Preachers: Learning from the Sermons of Charles Spurgeon
April 12, 2018
Thousands attended Spurgeon Tabernacle in London every Sunday to hear Charles Spurgeon preach. So many came that they sometimes had to turn...
The Freedom of Owning Your Mistakes
April 9, 2018
I think one of the most freeing things about leadership is recognizing that leaders make mistakes. To be a leader does not mean you’re...
Just for Preachers: A Helpful Idea for Improving Your Sermons
March 15, 2018
One of my pastor friends goes above and beyond to improve his sermons every single week. Perhaps his devotion may inspire some of you. ...
The Necessity of Growing a Church through Conversion
March 12, 2018
Church growth is important, but only if it’s the right kind—growth by conversion. In other words, not just growth through the transfer...
Just for Preachers: Three Types of Humor to Avoid
February 15, 2018
Humor can be very effective in speaking. It has been said: “When people are laughing they are listening. Then you can tell them anything...
Helping People with Their Two Biggest Struggles in Evangelism
February 12, 2018
Some things change. Some things never do. ...
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?...