How should a pastor shepherd people through disagreement? How should he balance the tension between being a truth-teller and a peacemaker? Mark and Jonathan discuss.
Churches shouldn’t farm out personal evangelism to pastors, professionals, or programs. Instead, the goal for every church ought to be a culture of evangelism.
Pastors must teach the church about what a church is. If they don’t, who will?
You don’t have to address Brett Kavanaugh this Sunday. But if you do, don’t pick a side.
Does congregationalism mean the whole church must decide whether or not to buy a new photo copier? Or what about the color of the carpet? Jonathan Leeman answers.
In this episode of Pastors’ Talk, Mark and Jonathan discuss members meetings—what they are, where they are in the Bible, and how to make them of spiritual interest.
In the season premiere of Pastors’ Talk, Jonathan and Mark sit down with John Onwuchekwa to talk about his new 9Marks book Prayer: How Praying Together Shapes the Church.
Jonathan Leeman answers the difficult question, “How should we interact with someone who’s been disciplined from our church?”
A sin that merits church discipline should be at least these three things: significant, outward, and unrepentant.
Mark and Jonathan discuss the subject of burnout, particularly how it happens and what church leaders can do to avoid it in the first place.
Good books help us follow Jesus.
Must I be a church member to go to heaven? No, not necessarily. But throughout the New Testament, it’s clear that the Christian life is the churched life.
Complementarianism is an umbrella term, under which Christians with both “narrow” and “broad” convictions stand.