The famed E.B. White once opined that “books are good company, in sad times and happy times.” It is no secret that 2020 has brought an array of these “sad times.” From global pandemics, cultural unrest, political plight, and more, hard days are no stranger to many of us this calendar year. Yet, in the […]
illustrations are often a critical part of preaching and can help crystalize truth. However, illustrations that are not developed or used well can actually distract or mislead from the truth and, in some cases, call your credibility into question.
A reader writes to say, "I recently found out that my senior pastor’s sermons are mostly plagiarized. And he doesn’t cite anything or anyone, but acts as if it is all his own. What should I do?"
Ministry service is glorious, but it can also be uniquely taxing, and only those propelled by a love for Christ and His church survive the long haul.
How do I respond when a profoundly effective method of preventing disease – vaccination – intersects with my moral opposition to abortion?
Preacher, take some extra time and work to compress your sermons.
Christ’s mandate to go does not give license to recklessness any more than our culture’s disapproval gives permission to disobedience.
The latest book from Midwestern Seminary author in residence Jared C. Wilson officially releases today!
A relationship with the local church and submission to her leaders will help set a Christian blogger’s sights on building up God’s people.
These things took time and a process in order to come full-circle – the pain of personal growth, the healing after the pain, and the perspective gained in hindsight beyond the healing. And the unnerving and exciting thing is this: God’s still got more to do.