I don’t know about you, but I have experienced frustration in my work. In a chapter entitled, “Anticlimax” in my book on leadership called From Weakness to Strength, I wrote: For us pastors, anticlimax can take many forms. In spite of our best efforts and most faithful prayers and shepherding and preaching, the popular church down […]
Distracted Susan Lafferty writes about the people in the Bible who often get distracted from the “main” thing. She encourages us to consider what worldly endeavors might distract us. How to View Claims About Dreams and Visions What should we do when someone claims to have a dream or vision from the Lord? Costi Hinn […]
The value of preaching is in Christ himself. His supremacy over all things makes all preaching valuable, whether it’s to 30 or 3,000 people.
For The Church Podcast A Resource from Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary On this episode of the For The Church Podcast, Jared Wilson talks with Gavin Ortlund, author of the new book Finding the Right Hills to Die On, about the ins and outs of theological triage and its importance in the local church.
Opinions proliferate about what it means to be unequally yoked. Does it pertain to marrying or dating non-believers? Is Paul thinking of business partnerships?
God’s work throughout redemptive history—namely Christ’s life, death, and resurrection—has definitive implications for the way we should view racial reconciliation.
Worthy caused me to be thankful for pastors, brothers, bosses, coworkers, friends, mentors, family members, and those who champion me on social media who I barely know! God is at work within His church.
If you throw yourself upon God, no matter how far the fall or how great the impact, he will always catch you in the arms of Jesus.
What is the one thing the next generation of pastors needs to know?
Whether the Lord brings us unexpected circumstances or asks us to remain faithful in familiar ones, we trust he will bring only what is best.