Must the sermon be a monologue? If not, should it be?
What do you hope will ultimately emerge from the emerging church conversation for evangelicals?
Maybe you don’t know, but there is a heavenly dilemma over you.
We’ve heard these definitions of the church’s mission before. But have we seen where they’re from, where they lead, and what theology drives them?
It’s worth reminding ourselves as pastors what we stand to lose if we neglect biblical church discipline.
A reluctance to practice church discipline may suggest that we believe ourselves to be wiser and more loving than God.
“Is there a race problem in the American Church?”
Should you use the 1689 London Confession as your church’s statement of faith? No, for at least three reasons . . .
There is no simple correlation between a church’s disobedience on the one hand and spiritual blight and abandonment by Christ on the other.
How do I preach expositional sermons to uneducated hearers?
How can you have a growing church?
The essential logic of the therapeutic gospel is this: your personal problems arise from being acted upon.
What have been one or two of the most unexpected blessings of being a pastor’s wife?
What are some questions specific to pastoral fidelity that churches should be asking pastoral candidates? Here’s a starter set. Can you think of more?
A statement of faith must be complete enough to mark out the doctrinal parameters of the church, without being so precise that it excludes persons unnecessarily.