9Marks Leadership Interviews
Join Mark Dever as he interviews church leaders from around the world on topics that will challenge you to be a better leader.
Jonathan Leeman asks Hunter Powell and Mark Dever about authority in the church. What authority does the congregation have? What about the elders? And what did the congregationalists at the Westminster Assembly have to say about it?
Andy Davis, a pastor in North Carolina, recounts the stirring story of his church’s revitalization.
Greg Beale gives a crash course on the discipline of biblical theology, assesses recent works on it, and explains what he’s written and why.
Thabiti Anyabwile discusses how to recognize and cultivate godly church leaders.
Five Christian workers from three continents discuss the power, challenges, and joys of cross-cultural ministry.
Darrin Patrick shares about the struggles of planting a church, leading his family, engaging culture, and more in this personal and wide-ranging interview.
Kevin DeYoung and Greg Gilbert, authors of the new book What is the Mission of the Church?, examine key biblical passages on mission, the poor, and the kingdom of God.
In view of their new book, Kevin DeYoung and Greg Gilbert discuss the mission of the church, social justice, and the gospel.
What does it mean to view a church like a business? Is it wrong to market your church? Mark Dever asks John Hardin these questions and more based on his recent doctoral work on church marketing.
Two founders of a bustling new church plant in the United Arab Emirates discuss how to create a culture for church planting, how to leave the sending church, and other lessons for new planters.
Mark Dever asks David VanDrunen for a tutorial on the complex but important topic of a church's role in political society.
Mark Dever explains why he prioritizes building relationships like he does–in the church, between Christians, and among pastors.
Mark Dever asks Jonathan Leeman and Shai Linne about the unique power of God's Word in giving life to the church.
New Testament scholar Bruce Winter jumps into the fray over cultural contextualization in ministry, the importance of historical background for interpreting Scripture, and bad contemporary ideas of leadership.