Mere Discipleship is an impressive, unique, thought-provoking book with a few shortcomings.
When I was interviewing with Capitol Hill Baptist Church before they called me to be their pastor, someone asked me if I had a program or plan to implement for growth. Here’s how I responded.
Building Your Ministry on the Gospel Mark Dever and Paul Alexander provide a model of a biblical church in this resource for pastors, elders, and others interested in the vitality of their church. This highly practical book proposes an attitude of complete reliance on and submission to the Gospel in building a healthy church.
Jonathan, Mark, and guest Paul Alexander chat about the ins and outs of biblical theology.
Preacher, if you don’t think you need to read this book, then, well . . . you need to read this book.
As it turns out, these eight excuses not to practice church discipline are actually reasons *to* practice church discipline.
Should Sundays be more like a funeral or a festival?
You should probably read this book, too. But of course, that’s a matter for you to take up with your own conscience.
Do Old Testament laws apply to modern Christians? This book seeks to answer that question.
As we’ve come to expect, Sinclair Ferguson’s new book points us to the gospel, to our identity in Christ, and to all that Jesus is for us for the purpose of making us more like him.
Why pray certain things? Because the Bible tells you to from cover to cover. This book will simplify, motivate, and focus your own prayer life.
If you’re a faithful but discouraged pastor, this book is especially for you, because it proves you’re in good company.
This book is an instant classic—historical theology at its best.
This book stands out as a simple, reliable guide for faithfulness in the trenches.
Read this book, and you’ll not only want to re-read it, you’ll want to re-read your Bible.