Recently Added Blog Entries

Jul 29

How Weekly Participation in the Lord’s Supper Can Help Your Children by Ronni Kurtz

One of the joys of weekly communion is the opportunity it affords the parents in our churches to declare the great news of the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ to their children.

Jul 29

Living Wisely to Spite Satan by Jared C. Wilson

When we engage in what the Bible calls foolishness—choosing sin over obedience—we engage in a practical kind of atheism.

Jul 29

Links For The Church (7/29) by Staff

This week's links include resources on fear of God, the sufficiency of Jesus, wisdom, communicating with missionaries, and criticism. 

Jul 26

How Expository Preaching Should Engage Cultural Concerns (Part II) by Jason K. Allen

Though we cannot improve upon the Bible’s relevancy... perhaps we can make our sermons a touch more relevant.

Jul 25

What to Do If Your Church Won't Change by Mike Brooks

Often, in lieu of your local church becoming the best contextualized version of itself, God is fashioning its parts into a whole that looks more like Him.

Jul 24

A Call To Do Good by H.B. Charles, Jr.

We are not to do good to meet a goal, exercise a gift, or fulfill a calling. 

Jul 24

What to Say When a Church Member Asks for Help by Clint Darst

The Spirit convicts Christians of sin so that they will stop hiding in the darkness and instead walk in the light. 

Jul 23

For the Pastor's Kid: Your Dad Needs You by Bethany Melton

Pastor's Kid, your dad devotes his time and talent to faithfully steering the church toward Christ. As his son or daughter, don’t detract from that mission. Be a catalyst.

Jul 22

16 Leadership Lessons I Learned the Hard Way by Charles Smith

For good or bad, leaders set the emotional tone within an organization. . . . Hope is the most powerful tool in your arsenal.

Jul 22

Why You Should Have That Difficult Conversation by Jared C. Wilson

We think the problem might just "go away" on its own. But if it doesn't, we have the biblical obligation to "take it to our brother."