No, most churches don’t cooperate in church discipline. Yes, they probably should. And imagine what would happen to Christian nominalism if they did.
Local churches have the same Christ, same confession, and same commission. Here are ten practical implications of these connections.
To understand how local churches relate to each other we first need to ask, who holds the keys?
Center Church is Tim Keller’s magnum opus.
Fear of man can lead elders to say too little or too much. Here are nine tips for setting your heart right and speaking well to your fellow elders.
Giving away authority is one of the best ways a senior pastor can equip his lay elders and create a gospel culture in his church. Here’s a profile of a pastor who does it well.
It is not always easy to figure out where discipling fits into the busy week. But here is a sample of what a day might look like.
Jonathan Leeman asks Hunter Powell and Mark Dever about authority in the church. What authority does the congregation have? What about the elders? And what did the congregationalists at the Westminster Assembly have to say about it?