The gathered church equips saints to be in the world evangelizing the lost. A scattered church engages unbelievers and points them to the unique beauty of the Christian assembly. Confused roles compromise the church’s ability to fulfill the Great Commission.
Why do local churches exist? Sunquist provides a memorable but problematic answer.
What is sin? And how does our answer to that question affect our understanding of the gospel itself?
Strauch’s book is a nuts-and-bolts guide to dealing with real conflict between real people in real churches.
If you are having trouble in your prayer life, this book will drive you to the Word and to the God who hears His children.
Van Dam’s book will help you understand your pastoral calling as preservers and nurturers of life in the covenant community.
As you teach your congregation to care deeply about what the Bible says, you also need to teach them how to live with those who think the Bible teaches something different than what they believe.
Those who preach the reformation principle of Sola Scriptura should be the first to recognize the church’s perpetual need to be reformed by Scripture. In so doing, we rightly submit ourselves to the rule of Christ over his church through his Word.
Allen’s philosophy of missions is full of tempered wisdom and careful consideration of how the goal of missions should shape its practice.
Every preacher can profit from Allen’s book but it will prove to be most helpful among preachers in training.
Untangling Emotions is a valuable resource for any believer who desires to navigate their emotional life for God’s glory and compassionately guide others who are struggling to understand their deepest feelings.
Reformed Preaching offers a robust assessment of the core of biblical preaching: reaching the heart of people with the Word of God through the heart of the preacher.
Readers seeking to understand recent evangelical history in a global context will find The Kingdom of God Has No Borders an engaging and informative read.
As I reflect on my own journey to the ministry, I wish I had this book as a young man exploring what it meant to be a pastor.
The Evangelicals should prompt American Christians to consider afresh our relationship to our nation, our understanding of its religious history, and our aspirations for its public life.