Does your church regularly confess their sins together? Consider this sample prayer of confession for some direction.
In the aftermath of the United States’ withdrawal, brothers and sisters from Afghanistan continue to reach out with requests for prayer. How can you pray for them?
Here are 15 reflections on all that is lost when we choose to worship from the couch instead of the pew.
Jonathan Leeman chats with Mark Dever about gathering twice on Sundays, and why it might be good for your church to be “inconvenient.”
Getting to spend your life serving Christ is sweet. Getting to do so with dear friends only makes it sweeter.
When I was converted to Christianity as an adult over twenty years ago, I vividly recall my first Sunday at my mother’s church.
Our programs are helpful only to the extent that they put people in contact with the God-ordained means of grace
We overlook the value of ordinary, brief, Christian conversations.
With ten minutes to spare, David sat down in the pew that had become his usual spot—the top right balcony.
You may have never heard of the Caffynite controversy, but this book teaches some important lessons about confessionalism in local churches.
Sometimes on our anniversary, my wife and I re-read our covenant vows to each other. It’s always special. When churches stand and read their church covenant together, there’s no reason … keep reading…
On Why Is the Lord’s Supper So Important? (with Aubrey M. Sequeira & Sam Emadi) | Pastors Talk, Ep. 174By A. M. Sequeira, J. Leeman, S. Emadi | 06.29.2021
Why is the Lord’s Supper so important? What should ordinary Christians know about it?
What if more Christians began to view their friendships as stewardships from God? We should all actively look for opportunities to leverage our friendships for practical, kingdom-minded endeavors.
Church members have the holy calling of “putting up with one another”—or, as the Bible puts it, forbearing with one another.
The Word led to baptism, which led to a defined worshiping community, and as people were baptized, they were “added” to that community. That’s what Luke is teaching us.