The problem with evangelistic programs is that they often make you feel like you’ve done evangelism—when you actually haven’t.
It’s our job to sow—and God’s to convert. Churches should be careful not to require of themselves what they cannot produce.
Audio from two recent 9Marks events at 2017’s Southern Baptist Convention.
How do you serve the Lord as a church planter while broke?
When God burdens a preacher for a people group, a neighborhood, or a block, it’s right for that preacher to go and become all things to all people so that he might save some.
There’s no way a finite heart can hold all the things a church planting wife will face in life and ministry. But Christ can, he does, and he will.
If evangelism is to be woven into the fabric of the life of a new church plant and its pastor, it takes some thought and planning.
Mark and Jonathan chat about how a pastor’s doctrine of conversion will have massive effects on his philosophy of ministry.
If you’re looking for an accessible, Reformed Baptist introduction on the doctrine of the church, this is a resource I’m happy to recommend.
I’m writing to you today because we’re concerned to see a steadily growing trend in America. It’s called “revitalization.”
Service in global missions and service to the local church aren’t opposed to each other—or at least they shouldn’t be.
Here are three reasons why you should include a concise gospel summary in every sermon you preach.
When Trinity-eroding, Christ-denying, gospel-subverting error is published, we ought not shy away from declaring a teacher or teaching as heretical.
I don’t believe Morris is deliberately twisting Scripture, but his faulty, self-referential, story-telling, proof-texting approach leads him to doctrines and practices that are errant for the disciple, if not downright dangerous.
What can we learn from Samuel Crowther, the Anglican Church’s first African bishop?