Here are 11 frequently asked questions for elder chairmen.
While an elders meeting isn’t a worship service, I pray these lessons will help your elders do all things “decently and in order” (1 Corinthians 14:40).
Christians of every era must guard doctrine as they are guarded by God. That’s the message of Jude.
The internet can be a bleak, discouraging, often dark place—but it can also be a place where truth is discovered, beauty is celebrated, and goodness goes viral.
Pandemic-weary pastor, gently encourage your pandemic-weary congregation to gather as soon as they can.
The book of 3 John is only fifteen verses long; it contains a grand total of 296 words. Pastors, you should preach through it.
When it comes to preaching, pastors should heed the wisdom of our Baptist forefathers.
Books are tremendous tools for discipling. But with so many good resources out there, we can be tempted to forget the best book on discipleship—the Bible.
I now live and pastor in a State where, before long, genuine conversion to Christ—and the life of holiness that ensures—may be deemed illegal. So what should I do?
We must realize that character isn’t only necessary for ministry; character is itself a ministry.
The little books of the Bible like 2 John often get neglected, don’t they? But they shouldn’t.
Whereas the term “seeker” has been associated with the church growth movement in North America in particular, “person of peace” has lodged itself into the lexicon of modern missions.
Pull out your church directory and notice God’s grace in predestination, regeneration, justification, sanctification, and glorification.
The more I studied 1 John piece-by-piece, the more my appreciation grew.
9Marks asked several pastors how they intend to pray this Sunday to shepherd their congregation in light of Wednesday’s events at the Capitol.