Many pastors feel pressure from their members to speak up on social media. “Why aren’t you talking about ___________? Don’t you care?” In this episode of Pastors Talk, Jonathan Leeman chats with Mark Dever about how pastors ought to approach social media use. * * * * * Read Jonathan Leeman’s article on this here. […]
As immigrant churches pursue greater independence among their various language congregations, the goal is not simply to have separate churches so that we can cross our t’s and dot our ecclesiological i’s. That’s only half the picture.
If we’re going to help our people, we pastors must cultivate humility.
Brother pastor, do you care about holiness? Please don’t give up caring. Be vigilant. Soldier on against your sin from this day to the day of your death.
Brothers, we have permission to set aside our next sermon, open the Book, and simply tend to our own heart for an unhurried season each day.
God’s Servant Must Not Be Quarrelsome: Good Pastors Know When to Pick a Fight But Prefer to Avoid ThemBy Kevin DeYoung
There are fights to pick. Staying out of the fray is not always the better part of valor. But often it is.