A few weeks ago, I led 50 leaders from our church on what we called a Civil Rights Vision Trip. Here’s what we learned.
May all elders have the reputation that they are given to hospitality.
You don’t have to address Brett Kavanaugh this Sunday. But if you do, don’t pick a side.
To the thinking of many, “Baptist” and “catechism” aren’t allies. But historically speaking, nothing could be further from the truth.
Proverbs makes for challenging preaching, but who else is going to teach our people how to read wisdom literature if we don’t?
It’s been said that all of life with God is expressed in the Psalms. That’s true, and your people need the comprehensive discipleship course found in this book. Our own souls need it, too.
This book expertly exposes the dangers and errors of “higher life” theology.
Can you imagine what it’s like to go home after a leadership meeting with the knowledge that you were actually fulfilling your God-given mandate?
A simple idea for pastors to encourage their people—just like the apostle Paul.
What should you say to the family of a young child who wants to be baptized?
Simply put, this book isn’t meant to equip pastors for pastoral ministry to a depressed world. It’s a book for pastors who wrestle with depression themselves.
Sam Storms’ recent book is a field guide for Reformed churches to introduce charismatic practices into the life of the assembly.
Like a successful team, every healthy church has both leaders and role players.
Mark and Jonathan discuss the subject of burnout, particularly how it happens and what church leaders can do to avoid it in the first place.
It should not then surprise you, pastor, that you may experience depression—even though you’ve never experienced it before.