I hope these books serve as a guide for women who have heard the call to “teach what is good” (Titus 2:3) and commend the beauty of God’s word to the world with our very lives (Titus 2:5).
It is not enough for us merely to identify the problems in the evangelical understanding of mission. With God’s help we need to take steps to strengthen churches at home so that we can plant stronger churches abroad.
The vision of God in these pages is (to use some hyphenated Piperisms) hope-giving, pride-humbling, and mind-stretching.
Chester has provided the church with an accessible discipling tool for teaching Christians the significance of our Christian symbols which are, despite all our disagreements, truth made tangible.
Whether you are a sheep or a shepherd, you will come away from this book with a greater love for the fellow members of your local church and a more joyful sense of your obligation to them.
Handling criticism is not first a matter of skill, but a matter of the heart.
A thousand institutions are carrying the banner of creation care, global debt relief, and affordable housing; only the church of Jesus Christ carries the banner of good news for those needing rescue from eternal suffering.
Pastor, do you preach the whole counsel of God to your people?
We would have healthier pastors and churches if every pastor read, listened, and applied the principles laid out in Martin’s pastoral trilogy.
We need churches filled with Christians who encourage each other to be confident that our gospel is the most relevant message to the world, even when the world tells us it doesn’t matter at all.
Newton’s book gripped my heart, brought tears to my eyes, encouraged my faith, and put resolve in my soul.
If you, like me, want to be more faithful and thankful in your calling as a pastor, Practicing Thankfulness is a good place to start.
This book reminded me that the sacrifices of ministry are small in comparison to the great privilege it is to have a front row seat to the work the Lord is doing.
In this book Rainer explores the challenges and opportunities for Christian ministry in a post-coronavirus world.
Ferguson’s portrait of church life is refreshing and one that feels, by God’s enabling grace, achievable.