Jonathan, Mark, and guest Paul Alexander chat about the ins and outs of biblical theology.
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.
To what degree should our services and sermons be aimed at non-Christians? How “seeker-sensitive” should we be?
Paul had no illusions. He would either have a supernatural ministry or go home. He was totally dependent. There were no other options.
In the inaugural episode of Preachers’ Talk, Jonathan Leeman chats with three friends from Simeon Trust—David Helm, Ed Copeland, and Jeremy Meeks—about expositional preaching.
In this Pastors’ Talk episode, Jonathan chats with Mark about expositional preaching.
In the book of Ephesians, the Apostle Paul shows how the grace of God in Christ empowers the church to basic Christian living in a broken world.
If you believe God’s Word is inspired, inerrant, authoritative, sufficient, and clear, then the best way to put those beliefs on display is through expositional preaching.
We asked pastors from around the world a simple question: what books did you read in 2019 that helped you be a better pastor?
Over the years, we’ve seen pastors guide the women’s ministry through women leaders. In these situations, the churches are healthier.
It’s not about difference from each other, but difference for each other. The differences between men and women are precisely features that make them fitting for each other.
What can we teach our kids about complementarianism?
Women who can teach might make you nervous for a myriad of reasons. But consider what might happen if you adopt an attitude of thankfulness rather than anxiousness.
Here are five passages dealing with manhood and womanhood that we must teach and apply for pastoral faithfulness.
Paul doesn’t merely say that women should not serve as elders. He also says that they should not preach and teach when the church gathers.