Expositions on Substitutionary Atonement The idea of Christ’s substitutionary atonement for sinners is central in both the Old and New Testaments—from the Passover to the prophets to the words of … keep reading…
A Guide for Ministry In this book, Capitol Hill Baptist Church associate pastor Michael Lawrence centers on the practical importance of biblical theology to ministry. He begins with an examination … keep reading…
What to do—and what not to do—in the midst of church reform.
So you’ve been called by a congregation to serve as an associate pastor. Now what?
The elbows were out—not in order to hurt anybody, but to make sure they don’t come back six months after I get there and say, “You never said that you believed this!”
It’s possible to be a biblical Christian without belonging to a small group. It’s impossible to be one without belonging to a church.
Why is biblical theology essential for pastoral ministry? How do you do it? Find out in this roundtable discussion with Michael Lawrence, Tom Schreiner, and Jonathan Leeman.
In love, God decided that the story of thorns would end at the cross.
The consequences of Adam and Eve’s rebellion are even more profound than at first appeared.
Baucham has done a service to the church by calling us back from a wrong-headed trust in programs and professionals.
It’s easy to critique pastors who are fixated on “numbers.” But what’s the root issue there, and where does it show up in my heart?
I love my sheep. And I love myself. And it’s those two loves, wrongly focused, that tempt me down a gospel-denying path.
It’s not just, or even mainly, my wrongly ordered love of the sheep that pulls me toward liberalism. Even more powerful is my love of self.
A Pastors’ and Theologians’ Forum:
What lessons have you learned the hard way in selecting elders?