This conversation is not new. It’s been going on for years, even decades.
If the government continues to say we cannot meet, when do we as churches engage in civil disobedience by gathering anyway?
This pandemic should not be squandered. While we’re all stuck at home, let’s minister to our homebound members with renewed vigor.
We asked pastors how they’d been serving their people since the pandemic disrupted regular ministry.
9Marks surveyed several pastors to see how they intended on serving communion once their church starts gathering again.
This pandemic has exposed pastors to new and unexpected pressure points in their ministries
If you’re reading this, you’re likely not live-streaming weekly church services during this pandemic-prompted lockdown.
If your church has decided to make the decision to livestream, here are some pieces of advice you may find helpful.
This article is written to pastors who serve in an international setting. If that’s you, I have but one piece of counsel: you must make sure your church members are Christians, not simply immigrants or expats.
Lord willing, none of this will prove useful for your church.
With Covid-19 causing churches to put public gatherings on hold, it seems like a good time to consider why Christians prioritize gathering in the first place.
The most potent weapon every spiritual leader possesses is the depth of his or her relationship with God.
“King Jesus came into the world to save sinners.” Now that’s good news. So why on earth would anyone want to reply to that, “Eh, half of it is, anyway”?
The King is coming. The Chief Shepherd of the Church is on the way. And He will reckon, and he will reward. Are you ready? Am I ready?
Identity politics is a useful ally, but it’s also a misleading ally. I pray the Lord would give us discernment to know one from the other, as well as his love and a commitment to his truth.