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 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?”

Feb 11

Adam McClendon on Pastoring Those Who Struggle With Porn Use by Adam McClendon

Series: Conversations

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

Jan 29

Adam McClendon on Advice for a New Pastor by Adam McClendon

Series: Conversations

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

Dec 22

Adam McClendon on How Pastoral Counseling Relates to Discipleship by Adam McClendon

Series: Conversations

FTC.co asks Adam McClendon, Director of the D.Min. Program at Liberty University, "How does pastoral counseling relate to discipleship?"

Sep 11

The Gospel is Big Enough for Your Church by Adam McClendon

The gospel is the best news the world has ever—or will ever—hear.

Jul 31

Adam McClendon on Counseling Without Co-Dependency by Adam McClendon

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

Jul 24

Leading by Honoring by Adam McClendon

Honor time is not flattery time.

Mar 9

Adam McClendon on “Re-creating” the Early Church by Adam McClendon

Series: Conversations

FTC.co asks Adam McClendon, Professor in the School of Divinity and Director of the D.Min. program at Liberty Universtiy, "Can the church 're-create' the early church?"

Feb 12

Adam McClendon on Why Contentment is Radical by Adam McClendon

Series: Conversations

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