Can you recall the last time you were deeply disappointed by another church member? What about the last time you felt like a church let you down?
What does it mean to have healthy relationships in the church? Why should we care?
If someone said to me, “How will God glorify himself through Christ?” I am not sure “the hospitality of God’s people” would make my list.
If anyone were to ask me, “What is the best thing in life?”, I would answer, ‘Friends’.”
When a pastor befriends a young man, the kingdom advances.
It’s unwise—and, frankly, dishonest—to suggest that I don’t need help in my battle against sin.
Each of these storybook Bibles has its own strength, and we should thank God that all three are available.
Congregational prayer and singing are currently the most undervalued elements of worship in evangelical churches today.
Which came first: the seeker-sensitive service philosophy or a commitment to sound biblical exposition?
Will the seeker-sensitive model ultimately be unable to keep up with the culture?
Does God leave churches to decide how to conduct their own worship services?
Certainly no church is perfect. But, praise God, many imperfect churches are healthy.
Does Scripture call the local church to the work of cultural transformation?
Just what is “biblical counseling” anyway?
Very often a new pastor will find a statement of faith like our church had—unclear at best and heretical at worst.