God has told us in his Word how we ought to approach him in worship. This should shape how we plan our Sunday gatherings. But it also raises a question: Are we free to do things in our gatherings that God does not explicitly prescribe?
You may have read books on this topic before—but not like this one. Instead of an instruction manual for church growth, this classic text offers tried and true principles for assessing the health of your church. Whether you’re a pastor, a leader, or an involved member of your congregation, studying the nine marks of a […]
This guide is designed to be a tool for you and your family as you gather corporately with the body, as well as in your own times of family or personal worship.
How Praying Together Shapes the Church Prayer is as necessary to the Christian as breathing is to the human body―but it often doesn’t come quite as naturally. In fact, prayer in the church often gets subtly pushed to the side in favor of pragmatic practices that promise tangible results. This book focuses on the necessity […]
It seems many immigrant churches are in the midst of a divorce. Why?
In Philippians, the apostle demonstrates how the fullness of the believer’s joy is rooted in his relationship to Christ—in the event of justification and in the progress of sanctification.
Should you look for a sign that every decision you make is God’s will? Pastor Orlando Saer explains why that’s *not* the right way to live your life.
In a world where churches chase the latest ministry fads, Hearers and Doers is a refreshing contrast.
Episode 110: On Preaching, the Supper, and the Unity of the Church (with Bobby Jamieson & Mark Feather)By B. Jamieson, J. Leeman, M. Dever, M. Feather | 01.14.2020
Recently, the well-known pastor and author Francis Chan made some alarming comments about preaching, the Lord’s Supper, and the unity of the church. In this episode of Pastors’ Talk, Jonathan chats with Mark Dever, Bobby Jamieson, and Mark Feather about Chan’s comments in particular and the topics of preaching, the Supper, and unity more generally. […]
We asked pastors from around the world a simple question: what books did you read in 2019 that helped you be a better pastor?
In this episode of Pastors’ Talk, Jonathan chats with Mark about the new 9Marks Journal, Complementarianism: A Moment of Reckoning.
Here are 12 books to read with your church in the new year.
It seems to be a moment of reckoning for complementarianism.
The differences between the broad and narrow corners of the complementarian camp root in different instincts and different pastoral burdens.
How then do we move forward in the complementarian conversation?