“He is Not Ashamed” is an excellent meditation on the staggering love of Christ for his people. The book is an expansion on the principle communicated in Hebrews 2:11, that Jesus “is not ashamed to call (us) brothers.”
When you see a church or ministry that talks about God’s gifts but spends relatively little time talking about God’s character or our need to respond to him in repentance and faith, then you can be pretty sure you’re dealing with the prosperity gospel.
The prosperity gospel is wicked. It leads people on a path toward destruction. It lures people into a false sense of security.
Our programs are helpful only to the extent that they put people in contact with the God-ordained means of grace
On How Can I Find Someone to Disciple Me? (with Garrett Kell & Mike McKinley) | Pastors Talk, Ep. 173By G. Kell, J. Leeman, M. Dever, M. McKinley | 06.22.2021
Have you ever asked, “How can I find someone to disciple me?” In this episode of Pastors Talk, Jonathan Leeman chats with Mark Dever, Garrett Kell, and Mike McKinley about that common question.
Does God love everyone? A conversation about our new Church Questions booklet on that important question.
God, Greed, and the (Prosperity) Gospel is an easy-to-read, conversational book that makes a convincing case for rejecting the prosperity gospel.
Mike McKinley explains why every sermon should proclaim Christ.
The apostles responded to the Great Commission by planting churches. And so should we.
Mailbag #80: Should Pastors Discuss Past Sins? . . . Should Believers Ever Abstain from Communion? . . . Conducting Membership Interviews for Single WomenBy D. King, J. Joseph, M. McKinley | 04.12.2019
— How much should a pastor share about past sins? — When should believer’s abstain from the Lord’s Supper? — Should women do membership interviews for single women?
If we invest in social issues without ever explaining the gospel, then we’ve failed the test of love.
We regularly need to bring biblical theology to bear on our ministry in order to understand and accurately communicate the message of whatever text we’re teaching.
By developing other leaders who can teach, disciple, evangelize, counsel, and shepherd the flock, you raise up others who can care for the health of all the church members.
As a person begins to understand what it means to be part of a church, the “you” and “they” turns to a “we” and “us.”
Here are the five kinds of people that you might be tempted to put on your document revision committee, but should avoid if at all possible.