Catholicity denotes the very Christian unity for which our Lord prayed. How can we foster greater unity among gospel-believing Christians?
How slowly should a pastor change things in a church? Jonathan chats with Mark Dever, John Folmar, and Josh Manley, in this second conversation about pastoral patience.
Jonathan Leeman and Mark Dever talk to Josh Manley and John Folmar about Christianity in Afghanistan and the UAE, and the necessity of pastoral patience.
In the aftermath of the United States’ withdrawal, brothers and sisters from Afghanistan continue to reach out with requests for prayer. How can you pray for them?
Here are three ways you can pray for pastors and churches in Afghanistan right now.
SHOW NOTES Article: Speak Only What Is Good to Give Grace, by Josh Manley
Our days and our words are numbered, and before long we will have to give an account to God for how we used them.
It’s not only pastors who have responsibilities during this season. The church must continue to be the church.
Jesus doesn’t promise to give us more of what death will only steal anyway. He wants to give us what death can’t touch.
The book of Daniel isn’t about Daniel. The book of Daniel is about Daniel’s God. If what you’ve taught or learned from this soaring book is that you should “dare to be a Daniel,” then I’m afraid you entirely missed the point.
As you patiently “preach and pray, love and stay,” you’ll find that your church has been planted on fertile soil that bears up good and lasting fruit.
This is a helpful book on the church in our very anti-institutional age.
This book has a significant overarching weakness: pragmatism.
If you are a pastor or church leader with responsibilities for worship or want to better understand this massive topic in Scripture, you should read this book.