Answers for Church Members
When should you not submit to church leaders?9Marks
When should you not submit to church leaders?
How does hell glorify God?9Marks
Many people think that, if it even exists, hell must reflect some defect in God’s character. Yet as hard as it may be for us to grasp, the reality is just the opposite: hell displays God’s glory.
How does hell glorify God?
Why is hell integral to the gospel?9Marks
Some people think that by rejecting or ignoring the doctrine of hell, they are making God more glorious and more loving. Far from it! The horrific nature of what we have been saved from only intensifies the glory of what we have been saved to. With that in mind, here are four reasons why the doctrine of hell is integral to the gospel.
Can someone be genuinely converted and contentedly live in sin?9Marks
Generally speaking, no.
How should churches get involved with and think about short-term mission trips?9Marks
How can I make the most of the preaching I hear every week?9Marks
What should I do if I disagree with something my pastor said?9Marks
I don’t like the direction my church is heading. How can I know when it’s time to find another church?9Marks
Every situation is different, and it’s impossible to speak precisely about any one situation. That said, here are some criteria worth keeping in mind in every situation:
I don’t feel like there are opportunities for me to get involved in my church. What should I do?9Marks
Sometimes we get so fixated on programs and official positions in the church that it’s easy to miss opportunities right in front of our eyes. To help remedy that potential near-sightedness, here are two ways that you can always get involved in any church.
What should I look for in a church?9Marks
How should Christians evaluate different missionary methods?9Marks
What is success in missions and how do you measure it?9Marks
The Bible teaches several points with unavoidable clarity.
Who is responsible to fulfill the Great Commission?9Marks
Who is responsible for training pastors?9Marks
Most evangelicals believe the answer to that question is obvious: seminaries are responsible. A man who decides he wants to be a pastor should go to seminary, get a degree, and then presto! He’s ready to be a pastor.