How do we decide when and to what extent to cooperate with churches that are more or less like-minded?
Fundamentalism blinds us to healthy catholicity and theological error due to pride in a sterile, tightly-packaged belief system.
The church’s catholicity is the simple acknowledgement that the church is not confined to any one place or people.
How can pastors encourage their congregations to appreciate ecclesiological distinctives without discarding a spirit of catholicity?
When pastors log on to social media and berate others relentlessly, post incessantly, or communicate inappropriately, it is very likely that red flags were visible before the point of crisis.
The implication of multi-site/service models is that the best way for the lost in your town, city, or country to hear the gospel is the expansion of one particular empire.
As effective of an evangelistic preacher as C. H. Spurgeon was, he knew that he could not evangelize his community alone. He needed his congregation alongside him.
Every Christian, church, and pastor lives in a specific context. It’s increasingly difficult to remember our particularity in the digital age.
Once we learn to hold on to our members loosely, assuming they are joining another gospel-preaching church, we will begin to enjoy the benefits of leading some to flourish elsewhere, blessing other churches as a result.
Local church membership is too important to be mediated by a screen.
Churches ought to relate in four specific and interconnected ways.
Congregationalism is not only applicable for starting a church in the Confucian context but also beneficial for the long-term health of churches in East Asia.
Here are four things Baptists have taught one Anglican about ecclesiology.
My life, thinking, and ministry would be much poorer if it were not for the influence of the Presbyterian ministers, teachers, and writers that I have encountered, whether in person or through their writings.