It’s time for the church to create space in its local assemblies for strong females who happily affirm authority while advocating for more opportunities for women to flourish according to their gifts and qualification.
We asked three pastors to reflect on how the people of their nation—Brazil, Great Britain, and China—tend to respond to exercised authority.
The truce between evangelical and Enlightenment thinking seems to be coming to an end. What does that mean for how a Christian engages in the public square?
How should we as individual Christians and church members relate to the public square?
The most important thing for the church to do politically is to be the church.
The question we’re interested in today is, how should we use the Bible in politics?
What does “rendering to Caesar what is Caesar’s” mean in a twenty-first century, democratic context?
Remember, you will give an account for every word you type (Mt 12:36). Does saying things at a “safe distance” from people tempt us to say things we wouldn’t say to their face?
The church gives millennials the joys of intimate relationship and meaning, but not in ways most might naturally think.
Russell Moore and Mark Dever sit down at this year’s SBC to chat about God, Politics, and Other Easy Topics.
If God rules over kingdoms, then kingdoms are our concern, and we should discipline ourselves to pray both for the world in general and our cities in particular.
Messy Grace was a deeply encouraging, inspiring, and convicting read.
In the life of a church, we create policies to help guide us to practices that help our people. May our marriage policies do just that.
To those in our churches tempted by same-sex attraction, we must say more than “Just stop it!” and “It’s wrong.”
Jason Georges, The 3-D Gospel: Ministry in Guilt, Shame, and Fear Culture. 3D Gospel, 2014, 82 pages. $8.99. I am a pastor who grew up in an honor-shame culture, so the … keep reading…