Why Multigenerational Community Matters

Adam McClendon

3 Ways to Welcome Others as Christ Has Welcomed You

Kristen Wetherell

What is The One Thing The Church Must Get Right in the 21st Century?

J.D. Greear

Making Decisions in Light of God's Sovereignty

Michael Kelley

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A Gospeled Church

Jared C. Wilson

Latest Resources

Oct 21

The Joy of Seeing Christ in the Old Testament by Ian Conrey

When we see the Old Testament in light of Jesus, we don't destroy its essence, we enrich it. 

Oct 21

Why So Few Christian Intellectuals?

A Response to Alan Jacobs

It is a very difficult thing indeed to be a boldly biblical Christian in elite culture today.

Oct 20

The Ashley Madison Scandal One Year Later by Jimmy Dodd

Hard-hitting consequences will produce profound sorrow in the hardest of hearts. But overpowering regret and Godly repentance are two very different things.

Oct 20

Writing Sermons in Community by Dayton Hartman

Inviting critique and feedback of your sermon from a group of trusted voices could help bring clarity to the way you communicate the gospel.

Oct 20

Preach Like A Painter by Chris Thomas

Preacher, show your church the wonder. Preach like a painter. Take your tools and your technique and bend them to the cause of Christ.

Oct 19

10 Tips for Leading Kids to Christ by Jason K. Allen

If you are seeking to influence little ones toward Christ, you might find these ten tips helpful.

Oct 19

Ministry Isn't an Individual Sport by Jared Bumpers

Ministry should be a team effort, not an individual endeavor.

Oct 19

Laboring For Maturity by Luke Holmes

Although physical maturity happens without our planning, Paul told the church at Colossae that spiritual maturity does not work that way.

Oct 18

Men, There’s a Difference Between Being Brave and Being Courageous by Sean Nolan

 If bravery is to outwardly face what intimidates us, courage is being transparent enough to admit that inwardly we have many fears and wounds.

Oct 18

What is Your Vision for This Church? by H.B. Charles, Jr.

Do not forget that you are not a CEO of a corporation. You are the pastor of a congregation.

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