Adam McClendon

Adam McClendon, a Regular Contributor to For The Church, is Director of the D.Min program at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia, and founder and director of New Line Ministries. He is also the author of Paul's Spirituality in Galatians and Square One.

Feb 18

Adam McClendon on Counseling Without Co-Dependency by Adam McClendon

How can a pastor effectively counsel someone without creating a co-dependency?

Jun 30

Is God for Us? by Adam McClendon

God’s greatest good for us is leveraging our lives for the purpose of redemption.

Jun 2

Is God for Us? by Adam McClendon

We live in an ego-centric society, which has saturated our churches and our faith. We have been programmed to think about ourselves. Most patterns in our lives are somehow tied to serving, “me and my needs,” “my family,” or “my country.” Think about how much of our giving is tied to that which benefits me? […]

May 7

Adam McClendon on Counseling Those With Porn Use by Adam McClendon

Series: Conversations

What should pastors remember in counseling those dealing with porn use?

Apr 28

Clamoring for Greatness: Confessions from Someone who Struggles with Insecurity and Pride by Adam McClendon

I wonder, how often do I miss a moment with Jesus because my attention is so fixed on myself?

Apr 7

A Revolution Comes to Its Rallying Place by Adam McClendon

The chatter that happens on the way out is a glorious reminder that these are God’s people, his family, and today’s reunion was another picture of the eternal home to which we’re going.

Mar 25

Adam McClendon on Why Contentment is Radical by Adam McClendon

Series: Conversations asks Adam McClendon, Director of the D.Min. Program at Liberty University, "Why is contentment radical?"

Mar 10

Like a Treasure Hidden by Adam McClendon

When we find a treasure like God’s Kingdom, the cost to follow becomes insignificant.

Feb 26

Adam McClendon On Attracting Younger People To A Church by Adam McClendon

Series: Conversations

How can a church stay attractive to younger people without alienating older people?

Feb 11

Political “Pastoral” Posturing Is Not the Path Forward by Adam McClendon

Here’s a question, “Who have you won to Jesus or what policies have you influence through your political criticism and political pandering on social media?”