A podcast by 9Marks about building healthy churches.
SHOW NOTES Article: Be Like Batman: Guard the Gospel, by Sam Emadi
Christians ought to weep with those who weep, and rejoice with those who rejoice. Surprisingly, the latter is often more difficult than the former.
SHOW NOTES Article: Invite Your Pastors into Your Life (with Omar Johnson)
SHOW NOTES Article: Evangelize the Lost, by Eric Bancroft
SHOW NOTES Article: Speak Only What Is Good to Give Grace, by Josh Manley
Generally speaking, pastors should be financially supported by the people they minister to. Agree or disagree?
Church members have the holy calling of “putting up with one another”—or, as the Bible puts it, forbearing with one another.
Have you every wondered how the concept of heaven fits into the entire biblical storyline? Check out this conversation between Jonathan Leeman and Sam Emadi.
Our churches used to sing about heaven. Now they don’t. And when they do, well, they do it unlike previous generations. Jonathan Leeman chats with Matthew Westerholm of Southern Seminary … keep reading…
Pastors need the hope of heaven at the beginning of their ministry, and they still need it at the end of their ministry. Jonathan Leeman chats with Phil Newton (a pastor … keep reading…
Jonathan chats with Aaron Menikoff about his article from the recent Journal on Heaven, in which he argues that the heavenly minded ought to do the most earthly good.
Belief in conspiracy theories is on the rise, particularly among Christians. Why is this the case? What, if anything, should pastors do about it?