God’s Word languishes in the pulpit because churches have been taught to invest in buildings and projects, not men who have given themselves to the ministry of the Word.
Don’t let your pastors live on a ministry island. Let them get to know you, and the Lord’s love for them through you. They need you.
Where do we find the books that tell us how to look after those who look after us?
Pastors, anxiety is probably running rampant in your church. So how do you shepherd your people to respond to anxiety rightly? You teach them about God’s character, God’s promises, and God’s songs.
Here are 11 frequently asked questions for elder chairmen.
While an elders meeting isn’t a worship service, I pray these lessons will help your elders do all things “decently and in order” (1 Corinthians 14:40).
Are sabbaticals in the Bible? Are they . . . fair? (After all, what other profession gets them!) How should they be structured?
Pandemic-weary pastor, gently encourage your pandemic-weary congregation to gather as soon as they can.
Firing someone is almost always hard, perhaps especially in the church. In this episode of Pastors Talk, Jonathan chats with Mark about this difficult topic, one that Mark says is a personal weakness of his.
I now live and pastor in a State where, before long, genuine conversion to Christ—and the life of holiness that ensures—may be deemed illegal. So what should I do?
Pastors need the hope of heaven at the beginning of their ministry, and they still need it at the end of their ministry. Jonathan Leeman chats with Phil Newton (a pastor … keep reading…
What is an elder chairman? What do they do? Why is it a helpful role?
We must realize that character isn’t only necessary for ministry; character is itself a ministry.
In this book Rainer explores the challenges and opportunities for Christian ministry in a post-coronavirus world.
In this episode of Pastors Talk, Jonathan Leeman chats with Mark Dever about one of the pastor’s most important jobs: preparing his people for eternity.