In this episode of Pastors Talk, Jonathan Leeman chats with Caleb Greggsen about the underestimated value of pastoring international churches.
Missionaries must be able to communicate clearly, credibly, and boldly—which means they must learn the heart language of the people they are ministering to.
The prosperity gospel is wicked. It leads people on a path toward destruction. It lures people into a false sense of security.
What is “expressive individualism”? Why does something so abstract matter for everyday pastors and normal local churches?
In this episode of Pastors Talk, Jonathan Leeman and Mark Dever chat with Matthias Lohmann about pastoring in Germany.
As pastors, how can you love people as they leave your church? Jonathan Leeman and Mark Dever discuss.
My goal here is not to review the series—what I liked, what I didn’t like—but to offer four lessons that I think are a little more timeless, and lessons that point to the worst inevitabilities of bad ecclesiology.
Some pastors have recently wondered, “Should I lead my church leave our association?” Jonathan Leeman chats with Mark Dever about the various principles at play when trying to make that important decision.
How can you tell if a church practices meaningful membership? Consider how it responds to those “members” who never attend. In this episode, Jonathan Leeman chats with Mark Dever and Alex Duke about how this topic is more important than you think.
Elders should disciple their fellow elders. How? Jonathan chats with Mark about several practical ways.
In this episode of Pastors Talk, Jonathan and Mark chat with Matt Rhodes, the author of “No Shortcut to Success: A Manifesto for Modern Missions.”
An old pastor and a kind-of-new pastor give some advice to a brand-new pastor.
Who are the Puritans? How have they shaped Mark’s ministry?
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.