Jonathan Leeman chats with Mez McConnell, a pastor in Scotland, about how COVID-19 and all its difficulties also present a wonderful opportunity for evangelism.
How the Local Church Brings Life to the Poor and Needy It is impossible to alleviate poverty—in its fullest sense—apart from the local church. In recent years, Christians have shown an increased commitment to helping the poor. But this renewed interest in poverty alleviation is doomed to fail if it is not rooted in the […]
As a former victim and as a pastor to the abused, I wish to look at some of the practical implications of holding to PSA.
The ways we preach in our community might be frowned upon in most seminaries or places that teach you how to “preach correctly.” We’re serious about the Word but have a much more relaxed style.
At the top of the list: Keep your walk with Jesus your primary objective.
As a pastor who has also suffered abuse, how do I respond to the abused sufferers and anti-authoritarian people in my care in a way that’s biblical, loving, and true to God’s revealed Word?
Practicing church discipline is difficult. Perhaps this is why many churches seem to have neglected it.
Does a commitment to teaching and believing doctrine hinder the spread of the gospel in hard places? Hardly.
How do you equip women in your church for ministry?
Mark Dever interviews four men ministering across four continents: South America, Europe, Asia, and Africa.
What does it take to plant churches among the urban poor? What role do women’s ministry and mercy ministry play?