This present struggle will pass, but it’s just a matter of time before the next one comes. In preparation, let’s be stewards of this current crisis.
If we’re going to fight to preserve God-given authority, then we must also fight its abuses.
if the virus continues to make headway, the normal rhythms of life will continue to be thrown off and unique shepherding opportunities will abound. We should be alert.
It has become a common trope to argue that Bible calls us to Christlikeness, not biblical manhood and womanhood. This is a category error.
The claim that Acts demonstrates a uniform pattern of spontaneous baptisms is overstated.
Brothers, it bears repeating because we can be so tempted to believe otherwise: the value of preaching Christ is not dependent on the number of your listeners.
As I reflect on my own journey to the ministry, I wish I had this book as a young man exploring what it meant to be a pastor.
How one pastor in China responded amid the coronavirus.
It seems many immigrant churches are in the midst of a divorce. Why?
As strange as it sounds, we can’t afford to waste the opportunities a funeral provides.
Martin’s book reminded me of my need to be surrounded by proven and seasoned pastors. His writings are not only thoroughly biblical, but wise and practical.
Over the years, we’ve seen pastors guide the women’s ministry through women leaders. In these situations, the churches are healthier.
How then do we move forward in the complementarian conversation?
I’d like to offer some help on how to talk and think about the application of complementarianism within your own congregation, whether that’s with people you agree with or people you don’t.
I’ve been in churches whose authority structures are like an Apple Store’s, and I’ve been in churches whose authority structures are like the DMV’s. In both cases—but in different ways—chaos bubbles up to the surface.