The minister is to be at God’s disposal, sensing and seeking his leadership for where he would have the minister go and to whom he would have the minister serve.
When it comes to preaching effective sermons, familiarization is an essential step.
FTC.co asks Dr. Jason K. Allen, President of Midwestern Seminary and Spurgeon College, "Why should pastors consider reading biographies?"
The concern is not eloquence but the ability to rightly study, interpret, teach, and apply God’s Word.
The effectiveness of the sermon rests in God’s power, not yours.
To be a dad is to be a disciple-maker.
Ultimately, our hearts are most guarded when they are most satisfied in a person: Jesus Christ.
Learning to assemble your study notes into a cohesive sermon is a must for pastors.
A willingness to go wherever includes a willingness to minister to whomever.
It is better get an ‘A’ at home and a ‘C’ in the classroom, than an ‘A’ in the classroom and a ‘C’ at home.