Listen to these points with a discerning ear and apply them by grace as they relate to you.
In his letter to Timothy, Paul spends more ink on pastoral godliness than he does on giftedness.
May the measureless love of our Father, who gave us his holy Son to save us from our sin, fill our hearts so that we delight in pursuing holiness.
I look forward to the day when all tribes and peoples and languages will worship the Lord together. But until then, there will continue to be a place for immigrant churches that minister the gospel in the heart language of their target people.
I love my dad and I’m writing to honor him. But I also want to commend his example to other pastors.
I am asking you to consider stepping into a gentleness your life and ministry have, perhaps, never known.
The past few weeks have been hard. People are grieving and angry, scared and confused.
Brothers, preach 1 Timothy. And don’t wait too long. You and your congregation need its Christ-centered focus for the church.
Jonathan Leeman chats with pastor Brian Davis about how COVID-19 ought to push us all to humble ourselves under God’s mighty hand.
The nation is reeling, and Sunday is coming. So what should preachers do?
I want to speak to fellow English-speaking pastors of immigrant churches’ English ministries. In particular, I want to talk about how we can honor the immigrant senior pastor, despite whatever differences we may have.
While this pandemic has not ultimately changed the work of the pastor, it seems to have made that work more exhausting. Jonathan Leeman chats with pastor Zack Eswine about how pastors can avoid burnout while caring for people during COVID-19.
Pastoring in a Pandemic, Episode 17: What Legal Rights & Responsibilities Do Churches Have During a Pandemic? (with Matt Martens)By J. Leeman, M. T. Martens | 05.26.2020
Tune in as Jonathan Leeman chats with Matt Martens about the legal rights and responsibilities churches need to know about in light of COVID-19.
What are churches’ rights and responsibilities as they consider reopening?
Jonathan Leeman chats with Omar Johnson about what it’s like to be a solo pastor during COVID-19.