9Marks wants to see more churches and pastors taking responsibility for raising up the next generation of pastors. To help our readers catch a vision for what that might look like, we asked several organizations closely tied to one or several local churches how they fulfill this mission. With one exception, each of the following organization answers the same 18 questions.
To help our readers catch a vision for what that might look like, we asked several organizations closely tied to one or several local churches how they fulfill this mission.
Here are Entrust’s answers to how they train up leaders. Entrust is based outside of Durban, South Africa.
Here are the Cornhill Training Course’s answers submitted by Christopher Ash. The Cornhill Training Course is based out of London, England.
Here are the Charles Simeon Trust’s answers (submitted by David Helm and Robert Kinney). The Simeon Trust is based out of Chicago, Illinois.
Here are the answers for the Capitol Hill Baptist Church internship program (submitted by Ben Wright). Capitol Hill Baptist Church is located in Washington, D. C.
Here are the Bethlehem College and Seminary’s answers (submitted by Tom Steller). BCS is based out of Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Here are five priorities you should bring to your first day of ministry.
I love thinking about the temporariness of my pastoral ministry.
Here is why we enthusiastically embrace the multi-site strategy as biblically sound, practically wise, and pastorally helpful.
Here are eight principles for dealing with difficult people.
Why are the pastors at Bethlehem Baptist Church joyfully committed to pastoral mentoring?
I am persuaded that training for pastoral ministry, as it’s currently practiced in the United States, does not adequately prepare God-called pastors for service in our churches.
Phillip Jensen attacks evangelical assumptions about ministry training, spiritual gifts, and more.
Don Whitney discusses busyness, praying through Scripture, the disciplines, mysticism, and more.