4 Lies that Cause Pastors to Neglect their Families

By Jaime Owens | 08.25.2017

Among young pastors and church planters, there’s no less than a deluge of pressure to give every waking moment to our churches, to the neglect of our families. But brothers, it should never be so.

How Quickly Should A Pastor Change Things?

By Aaron Menikoff | 08.22.2017

How quickly should a pastor try to change things? Well, it depends. . .

Advice for the Burnt-Out Pastor

By Mez McConnell | 08.10.2017

At the top of the list: Keep your walk with Jesus your primary objective.

“What Do You Want?”: Pastoral Reflections on Faithfulness

By Aaron Menikoff | 08.07.2017

We may share the gospel a thousand times, and never see a convert. It’s our job to be faithful. The rest is up to God.

Be Strong and Courageous, Young Leader

By Thabiti Anyabwile | 08.05.2017

Loving Your Family While Leading God’s Church

By Garrett Kell | 08.04.2017

Caring for God’s Flock

By Brian Davis | 08.04.2017

Beware the Dangers of Pragmatism

By Thomas White | 08.04.2017

Grace without Compromise

By Nathan Knight | 08.04.2017

Thinking Through the Missionary’s Influence in a New Church

By Scott Williamson | 08.04.2017

What role should cross-cultural church planters play in a new church plant?

What kind of authority do pastors have?

By Brian Davis | 08.03.2017

A pastor’s authority is real, godly, and limited according to the Bible.

How important is a pastor’s devotional life?

By Garrett Kell | 07.27.2017

There’s nothing more important than a pastor’s devotional life.

There Are Souls to Be Saved: How Can We Rest?

By David Murray | 07.24.2017

The theological root of so much burnout is a failure to believe in the sovereignty of God. We simply don’t trust God to do the work that only he can do.

Book Review: Reset, by David Murray

Review by Daniel Patterson | 07.19.2017

If you know a pastor, he likely feels overworked and exhausted; he’d be greatly helped by this book.

VIDEO: How do you raise up leaders in poor communities?

9Marks | 07.13.2017

It’s not always a good thing for someone to have their “rough edges” knocked off. A man or woman can have character and rough edges, while still keeping their effectiveness for ministry.