Episode 193: On Top 2021 News Stories for Pastors (with Collin Hansen & Garrett Kell)By C. Hansen, G. Kell, J. Leeman | 12.21.2021
Last week, Collin Hansen reflected on the top stories of last year. So we had him and Garrett Kell on this episode of Pastors Talk to think through each of these stories pastorally.
Episode 178: On Rediscover Church (with Collin Hansen)By C. Hansen, J. Leeman, M. Dever | 09.07.2021
Some Christians think that local churches are merely dispensers of religious information & religious experiences. Is that true?
The Post-Covid ChurchBy C. Hansen, J. Allen, J. Onwuchekwa, J. Leeman, K. DeYoung | 04.29.2021
A panel discussion at TGC21 about how we can help Christians rediscover the important role gathering with the church should play in our Christian discipleship.
Rediscover ChurchBy C. Hansen, J. Leeman
Why the Body of Christ Is Essential Churches are currently facing a host of difficult issues―potential shut-downs and restrictions due to COVID-19, political dissension among members, racial division, church abuse … keep reading…
Rediscover Church Study GuideBy C. Hansen, J. Leeman, M. Hill
Why the Body of Christ is Essential With the COVID-19 pandemic, changing priorities, and polarizing political and social issues, many people are now choosing to worship online—or quit church altogether. … keep reading…
Pastoring in a Pandemic, Episode 14: What Will Change, What Might Change, and What Must Stay the Same (with Collin Hansen)By C. Hansen, J. Leeman | 05.21.2020
Jonathan Leeman chats with Collin Hansen about what COVID-19 will change, what it might change, and what it can never change.
Episode 98: On Christian Journalism (with Collin Hansen & Matt Smethurst)By C. Hansen, J. Leeman, M. Dever, M. Smethurst | 10.01.2019
How can Christian websites like TGC and 9Marks serve pastors and church leaders? How can the resource rather than obstruct?
Still Young, Restless, and Reformed? The New Calvinists at 10By Collin Hansen | 9Marks Journal: Ecclesiology for Calvinists | 02.05.2019
In another 10 years, it’s probable no one will talk again of the YRR.