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.
David Helm talks about training preachers, what makes good preaching, and what his new book adds to the mix.
What are good and bad ways to think about religion and politics? How should Christians work for the common good in a secularizing age?
How should a church’s elders address divorce, illegal immigration, substance abuse, in vitro fertilization, and more?
Why should Christians work? How can you trust God in the workplace? How can you avoid making an idol of work and being idle in work?
Prosperity gospel, persecution, changing cultural tides, a rising generation of convictional pastors, and more in this roundtable discussion on the church in America and abroad.
A roundtable discussion on the Great Commission, sending, calling, prayer, patience, and more with the leaders of the Cross Conference.
Mark Dever and Russell Moore discuss Moore’s new role, rap, relevance, and why “it’s even worse than it appears, but it’s alright.”
A roundtable discussion of the past, present, and future of the SBC.
Zane Pratt discusses the strange dynamics of cross-cultural missions in a Facebook world.
Mark Dever asks Carl Trueman about holocaust denial, secularization, “no creed but the Bible,” and everything else under the sun in this far-ranging conversation.
How does church polity connect to our discipleship as Christians? Why is sound church government critical to evangelism and missions? Jonathan Leeman asks Mark Dever, Chad Van Dixhoorn, and Hunter Powell.
How pushy should we be in our evangelism? Do we have to earn the right to share the gospel? Mack Stiles and a few friends share their wisdom.
What was Martyn Lloyd-Jones’ day-to-day ministry like? Find out in this interview with Iain Murray.
John Piper addresses racism, the gospel, obstacles to reconciliation, and white guilt in this discussion of his recent book Bloodlines.
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?