Jeff Dodge on What Churchgoers Don't Know About Pastors


4 Ways Elders Should Seek Accountability

Dave Harvey

Robby Gallaty on Why More Churches Don't Take Discipleship Seriously


3 Ways to Help Revitalize a Church

Darin Smith

Are We Allergic to Insignificance?

Erik Raymond

3 of the Serpent's Lies We Still Believe

Michael Kelley

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Aug 14

When Christ's Call is Urgent by David McLemore

The best news of all is that Christ fighting for us. In fact, he already fought for us. And he won.

Aug 14

True Preaching is Indispensable! What is it? by David Prince

God uses most effectively preachers who are given over to the task of proclaiming the word of God with their whole person—holding nothing back.

Aug 14

Jeff Dodge on What Average Churchgoers May Not Understand About Being a Pastor by Jeff Dodge

Series: Conversations asks Jeff Dodge, Teaching Pastor at Cornerstone Church in Ames, Iowa, "What’s something about being a pastor the average churchgoer doesn’t understand?"

Aug 13

He Has Done All Things Well by Jared C. Wilson

The healing of the deaf and the mute is just the beginning.

Aug 13

Links For The Church (8/13) by Staff

This week's links include resources on depression, Ecclesiastes, global missions and autonomy, scripture before phone, and non-epic church services. 

Aug 13

Christ as Substitute by Destiny Martin

It was our iniquities and transgressions that He suffered for, shedding light on the fact that it was not His own sins that He was carrying.

Aug 12

The Lord Reigneth by Charles Spurgeon

May we soon reach the city of the great King!

Aug 10

Having Faith in Doubt: A Response to Steven Furtick by Owen Strachan

We believe in and confess that his death has absorbed the Father’s just wrath and washed our sin away. 

Aug 10

Matt Capps on Books Pastors Should Read by Matt Capps

Series: Conversations

What kind of books should pastors read that they normally don’t?

Aug 10

4 Ways Elders Should Seek Accountability by Dave Harvey

The standard of beauty is God—the interplay of his own unity, diversity, and harmony.

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