Every Christian should either be discipling someone else, be discipled by someone else, or be doing both.
In my counseling training, I began to see that the Scriptures provide this overarching view to any problem of life.
People are willing to pay money to others who will never lead them to the Savior of the World. But that must change.
By equipping your members to counsel one another, you enable them to do the front-line work of ministry. Here are twenty ways to cultivate a culture of counseling and discipleship in your church.
Are psychiatric medications sinful? Are they wise? Are they wrong? How should we view such things?
I think one of the ways churches should work against the threat of pornography, very simply, is to start talking about it.
We need to remember that we are bound by the Word of God to speak the truth in love. Some of us are so wired to “speak the truth” that we fail to do it in love.
Here is why we enthusiastically embrace the multi-site strategy as biblically sound, practically wise, and pastorally helpful.
Iain Murray, one of evangelicalism’s premier biographers, points to several luminaries from church history you might have missed.
Are “Christian” and “rap” mutually exclusive? Hardly. Shai Linne and Voice explain hip hop culture, rap music’s potential for the gospel, and why rap can’t replace preaching.
Darryl Hart discusses J. Gresham Machen, evangelicalism, and why Christians shouldn’t be afraid of secularism.
Mark Dever asks Ken Myers about why Christians today are so worldly and yet so obsessed with culture. Does he see any correlation?
Mark Dever asks Carson about the highs and lows of the evangelical landscape.
David Powlison shares about his conversion, his view of counseling, his quick take on multiple books, and more.