A Vision for Apostolic Pastors
How many times have pastors made remarks that seem to show that their dreams and hopes begin and end at the doors of their own church?
The great commission is bigger than your local church. How should that shape your priorities and posture as a pastor?
Our love for Jesus never shines brighter than when we rejoice in the progress of the gospel—in others’ churches.
Stories of Apostolic Pastoring
Here’s how a group of likeminded pastors came together to promote gospel growth in German churches. First step? Invite John Piper to dinner.
How can a church raise up and sustain pastors who are faithful over the long haul? That’s a question Sojourn Network is trying to answer.
From the four corners of Louisville, a growing number of pastors have been gathering for fellowship, teaching, and prayer. Here’s their story, and some of the unexpected fruits they’ve seen.
Fruits of Apostolic Pastoring
A young pastor found relief from self-imposed isolation through a new local association of ministers. Here’s how.
A small group of Baptists who read, talked, and prayed together sparked a renewal that led to the birth of the modern missions movement. What might God do through similar means today?
Pastors need to care for each other. Here’s how that care found one pastor when he needed it most.
The local Baptist association is dead. Or at least on life support. This story of turning one around provides great reasons not to pull the plug just yet.
Miscellaneous Book Reviews
By telling an extraordinary story, Dallas and the Spitfire gives hope for the ordinary.
It pains me to write this, but perhaps the book’s greatest flaw is its use of the Bible.
Barthel and Edling have done the church a vital service in applying biblical counseling principles to the realm of congregational conflict.