The first thing you see may be the breaker box. Or boxes of church maintenance supplies. I’m always struck by the snow shovel leaning against the wall.
How important is it for preachers to pay attention to cultural trends and popular media?
On this episode of the For The Church Podcast, Jared Wilson talks with Dr. Matthew Millsap about why movies made for the evangelical marketplace seem to be so bad.
All theological education exists to build up the church, equip the church, adorn the church, love the church - it is for the church.
The only kind of soil in which church discipline can properly grow is communal love.
We should pray that God will lead us by his Spirit to know when it’s best to be quiet, to pray, and to live a life that commends the gospel, and when it’s best to add more of our own words.
FTC.co asks Jared C. Wilson, Assistant Professor of Pastoral Ministry and Author-in-Residence at Spurgeon College/MBTS, "What is the first step for a church in moving from the attractional paradigm to a gospel-centered model of ministry?"
This week's links provide resources on multiplication in the church, women and the Word, who delivered Jesus to death, a letter for "dones" and "nones," and faith as defiance.
Nostalgia can be a nice place to visit. But it's a terrible place to live.
How political should a local church pastor get with his flock?