Recently Added Resources

May 6

Pastoral Shame and Stewardship During a Pandemic by Rusty McKie

COVID-19 may have shut up the doors of our homes, but no pandemic can shut the ears of our Father.

May 5

Shepherding College Students Called to Ministry in the Midst of a Pandemic by Jason G. Duesing

A few suggestions to help those thinking about a call to vocational gospel ministry, and especially those doing so during the uncertain days of a worldwide pandemic.

May 5

Should Elders Insist on Unanimity? by Jamie Dunlop

Wouldn’t it be a wonderful boost of confidence to your congregation to know that the elders only ever speak when they are of one mind?

May 4

Links For The Church (5/4) by Staff

This week's links include resources on your feelings during the lockdown, hope in the ICU, preparing for fellowship, truths from a simple song, and the cancer of racism. 

May 4

Gentle And Lowly: A Book Review by David McLemore

Series: Book Reviews

Without neglecting the work of Christ in his earthly life, on the cross, and in the resurrection, Ortlund shows the value of the heavenly intercession of Jesus for us right now. 

May 1

The Beauty That Still Remains by Grace Pike

In a world of various pains, fleeting pleasures, and endless vanities, the human heart longs for lasting beauty. 

May 1

Matt Capps on What A Church Needs From Its Pastor by Matt Capps

Series: Conversations

What is the one thing a church needs from its pastor?

Apr 30

The Two Paths Out of Trials by Jonathan Leeman

There are two paths for people to take in the midst of trials. They can take the path of self-reliance or the path of trusting in God.

Apr 29

Zoomed Out: Freedom from Consuming All the Resources During Quarantine by R. D. McClenagan

There are many tasks to accomplish and there are many resources out there to accomplish them, but the most important task is to set your heart unto the Lord in this time.