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.
Here are nine lessons a Baptist learned from his friends within the Church of England.
Though Lavinia Bartlett died over 150 years ago, pastors and churches today can learn a great deal from her, particularly as they consider how to organize women’s ministry in the life of the church.
If you’re prone to use name-calling with theological opponents, consider three passages in Scripture and how they address our unhealthy culture in evangelicalism of pejorative labeling.
We asked a number of pastors not about everything their wives might do in the church, but how their wives serve them in the ministry.
Pastor, as the culture around us celebrates the Neo-paganism of LGBTQ+ this month, here are some brief thoughts on how you can teach/care for the members at your church.
Mark Dever suggests a plan for reading a set of 9Marks books for 2023-2025.
Evangelism is critical not only for lost souls but also for the spiritual vitality of our churches.
What is a church? How might we answer that question? Where should we start?
We asked Matt Rhodes to respond to the International Mission Board’s critique of his book ‘No Shortcut to Success: A Manifesto for Modern Missions.’
There are reasons to be confident when returning to the same text multiple times.
Since it’s unusually long, we thought a more careful guide to the Journal might help.
Be wary of anyone who casts their political strategy and positions on less clear matters with a “thus saith the Lord” level of certainty.
Creeping politicization implies a creeping authoritarianism.