A pastor who doesn’t know what a healthy church looks like finds fresh air in every wind of doctrine.
A potential pastor stands vulnerable, and he needs to know he is not alone.
After preaching, you must prepare yourself for attacks by the Enemy and the flesh.
Our greatest trials often come at the hands of other believers.
With self-pity, the gospel breaks into my self-sympathizing tendencies and reminds me that because of Christ’s death and resurrection, I get far more sympathy than I deserve.
Fear is a powerful experience and Scripture speaks to it in beautiful and comforting ways.
Sometimes we’re infatuated with this life—our homes, cars, entertainment. A pandemic can fracture that.
The home is a microcosm of the church. If a man can’t lead his home effectively, how will he lead a church?
God’s call upon man delivers the grace necessary for the godliness needed.
The standard of beauty is God—the interplay of his own unity, diversity, and harmony.