Dee, thanks for both your question about illustrations and for your thoughtful response to Mike about how not to get burned out from giving counsel to the people. I found that very helpful. As for illustrations, I don’t think I’m very good at it at all. It’s another area I need to work on as a […]
If I am to believe some of the survey statistics published on pastors and their view towards the ministry, the vast majority of my fellow pastors do not feel as though they receive proper care from their people.
Prosperity gospel, persecution, changing cultural tides, a rising generation of convictional pastors, and more in this roundtable discussion on the church in America and abroad.
What were the human means and instruments of your conversion?
Thabiti Anyabwile discusses how to recognize and cultivate godly church leaders.
What to do—and what not to do—in the midst of church reform.
In order to provide you with a better introduction, I thought I’d ask Thabiti a few questions about the book.
One thing we can assume about the Christian who regularly attends church but does not join is that his or her view of the Christian life is defective somewhere.
A pastor would do well to invest his time in a more faithful work than this.
Read the book to be more conversant with the young people of your congregations. But I would not recommend it for basic ecclesiological strategy.
Our churches can give the gospel a black eye, or they can be used by the Holy Spirit with magnetic effect to draw people to Jesus.
Church members are the people who generally make or break a local church.
Does the gospel of Jesus Christ have anything to say regarding how we’re to understand race?
A conversation with Jonathan and Thabiti.
Every Christian is meant to be a theologian in the best and most intimate sense of the word.