You don’t need to be a disciple-making guru. You just need to be available. You don’t need to be a theologian. You just need to be a means of grace to other disciples.
Pandemic-weary pastor, gently encourage your pandemic-weary congregation to gather as soon as they can.
Books are tremendous tools for discipling. But with so many good resources out there, we can be tempted to forget the best book on discipleship—the Bible.
If you, like me, want to be more faithful and thankful in your calling as a pastor, Practicing Thankfulness is a good place to start.
We must realize that character isn’t only necessary for ministry; character is itself a ministry.
This book reminded me that the sacrifices of ministry are small in comparison to the great privilege it is to have a front row seat to the work the Lord is doing.
How long does it take you to get to church? Here are three things to do on your way.
Mere Discipleship is an impressive, unique, thought-provoking book with a few shortcomings.
We asked pastors around the world a simple question: what books did you read in 2020 that helped you be a better pastor?
Far from being negative toward online interaction, A Way With Words paints a noble vision for online speech.
Book Review: Growing Healthy Asian American Churches, edited by Peter Cha, S. Steve Kang, and Helen LeeReview by Geoff Chang | 09.24.2020
My hope is that this book is the beginning of a fruitful conversation among Asian American leaders on what the Bible has to say about growing healthy Asian American churches.
In a COVID world, many people are suddenly wondering “is virtual church enough?” Kim compellingly argues it is not.
From my experience, immigrant churches tend toward program-centric ministry. Why? It’s complicated.
Pastors, we must constantly remind our sheep of the dangers of lovelessness and encourage our church members to cultivate their affection for Christ and for one another.