Resources by Nathan Rose

Nathan Rose, a Regular Contributor to For The Church, is the senior pastor of Liberty Baptist Church in Liberty, Missouri and a National Replanting Catalyst with NAMB. His love for the local church propels all he does, including his current pursuit of a PhD in Historical Theology at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He and his wife, Rachel, have three young children. You can can connect with him on Twitter at @nathanrose33.

Sep 9, 2016

Zwingli and the Sufficiency of the Word in Preaching by Nathan Rose

What we need is to recover the Protestant belief in the sufficiency of Scripture and thus, commit ourselves to preaching expositionally. 

May 30, 2016

Rethinking the Role of the Pastor by Nathan Rose

Instead of thinking a pastor is like a chaplain, CEO, or contractor, I want to suggest three alternatives . . .

Apr 4

Principles for Transitioning to Multiple Elders by Nathan Rose

Moving to a plurality of pastors is a good goal that is worth pursuing, but it’s important to not get in a rush.

Jun 15, 2015

One Thing: Nathan Rose

What is the one thing you would say to the pastor beginning a new work?

Series: One Thing

What is the one thing you would say to the pastor beginning a new work?

Jun 15, 2015

Nathan Rose on Church Re-planting

What have you learned are the advantages of a church re-plant over planting a new work?

What have you learned are the advantages of a church re-plant over planting a new work?

May 1, 2015

Livid at the Lord's Table by Nathan Rose

It was my fourth week as the senior pastor of Liberty Baptist Church and I received the nastiest voicemail message I have ever heard.

Jul 28, 2015

Don't Treat Sunday Morning Like It's Your iPod by Nathan Rose

With an iPod the music is for you. But in worship the music is for someone other than yourself.

May 30, 2015

5 Spiritual Dangers of Skipping Church by Nathan Rose

Is skipping church whenever we feel like really no big deal?

Oct 1, 2015

3 Priorities of Pastoral Ministry by Nathan Rose

As a pastor, I am constantly faced with deciding between what is urgent and what is important. Too often, they are not the same. So what guides me in making daily decisions? How do I plan out my week to ensure I am not sacrificing the most important tasks for the urgent ones?