In this episode of Pastors’ Talk, Jonathan Leeman sits down with pastors Jamie Dunlop and Bobby Jamieson to discuss their roles, and how their work complements Mark’s as the senior pastor.
Periodically, pastors read The Compelling Community, and then ask us where to start in putting its ideas into practice. Here are three thoughts for your consideration.
This book reshapes our view of “women’s ministry” toward a more biblical “ministry among women” for which we should all be deeply thankful.
If God the Holy Spirit left your church this weekend, what would happen next?
Shouldn’t we use our ability to track our members’ giving to help shepherd them? I’d say no. Here’s why.
Many new believers have questions about what it means to live as a Christian in the context of a local church, and pastors are looking for resources to pass along … keep reading…
Finding the boundary between commands and sanctified common sense.
As Christians, we are called to be ambitious for Christ, yet many seem ambitious only for the things of this world. How can you pastor them?
If a mercy ministry in your church grows to the point where it needs some real structure, consider making it an “integrated auxiliary.”
When it comes to mercy ministry in the church, both the programmed and the organic approaches have their limitations. Here is a third way.
Where God’s Power Makes a Church Attractive In The Compelling Community, pastors Mark Dever and Jamie Dunlop cast a captivating vision for authentic fellowship in the local church that goes … keep reading…
Aligning Finances with Biblical Priorities for Ministry Many pastors conceive of the church budget as primarily a financial tool, but in fact it is primarily a pastoral tool. A church’s … keep reading…
Do you have more teaching slots for adult Sunday School programs than you have teachers to fill them? If so, commit to the training of more men to teach.
Sunday School makes you a better systematic theologian, which in turn makes you a better applier of God’s Word.
Over the last decade our church has discovered an unexpected tool for changing a culture: adult Sunday School.