Maybe small churches do have a lot to offer. This is the heart of Benton’s message, and I think it is worth listening to.
How can you have a growing church?
What do we mean by serving or giving? We mean spending yourself—your time, your gifts, your resources, your energy—for the good of the church.
God calls us today—the very imperfect people who compose his Church—to the task of displaying the glory of his perfect character
As Christians, and especially as fellow church members, we are accountable for each other.
Can you recall the last time you were deeply disappointed by another church member? What about the last time you felt like a church let you down?
What does it mean to have healthy relationships in the church? Why should we care?
When a pastor befriends a young man, the kingdom advances.
It’s unwise—and, frankly, dishonest—to suggest that I don’t need help in my battle against sin.
Certainly no church is perfect. But, praise God, many imperfect churches are healthy.
As we know, the one qualification that separates elders from other roles in the church is that they be “able to teach” (1 Tim. 3:2).
Just what is “biblical counseling” anyway?
When we live as children of light, we live a persuasive lifestyle that gets the attention of the non-Christian.
Love is largely local. And the local congregation, then, is the place which claims to display this love for all the world to see.
Future pastors aren’t built in a day.