May 13

4 Unmet Emotional Needs of Pastors: Part 1 — Feeling Adequate by Ben Mandrell

No leader is an island and we all need to draw from the well of others.

Dec 14

Most Read Articles of 2020 by Ronni Kurtz

While 2020 brought much change and little stability for most people, one thing that did not alter this past year is that we were blessed by the faithful writing of scores of contributors at For the Church. Once again, I reflect at the conclusion of another calendar year, and am overwhelmed with gratitude for both […]

Aug 11

Introducing the For The Church Preaching Guides by Ronni Kurtz

We are excited to announce a new series of resources coming to—the For the Church Preaching Guides.

Aug 8

Doubt is not the Default for Believers by Charles Spurgeon

Many professed Christians are always doubting and fearing, and they forlornly think that this is the necessary state of believers. This is a mistake.

Jul 31

Comfort in Christ by Charles Spurgeon

“Let me now go to the field, and glean ears of corn.”Ruth 2:2 Downcast and troubled Christian, come and glean today in the broad field of promise. Here are abundance of precious promises, which exactly meet thy wants. Take this one: “He will not break the bruised reed, nor quench the smoking flax.” Doth not […]

Jul 1

What Does ‘Unequally Yoked’ Mean in 2 Corinthians 6? by Ronni Kurtz

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?

Jan 18

The Greatest Bible Lesson Ever Taught by Charles Spurgeon

O for grace to study the Bible with Jesus as both our teacher and our lesson!

Feb 3

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Jan 29

The Economy of Reality by Another Author and Test Author

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Subcapitalist objectivism in the works of Glass Narratives of collapse “Class is intrinsically used in the service of the status quo,” says Derrida; however, according to Wilson1, it is not so much class that is intrinsically used in the service of the status quo, but rather the defining characteristic of class. It could be said […]