Too often, a grotesque competitiveness marks evangelical churches. But a Great Commission church does not compete with other gospel-preaching churches.
Sending your best people means new and healthy churches will be planted, and your congregation will mature.
The workers are few, and the harvest is great. But that does not mean just any and all workers will do.
Mailbag #24: What Happens to Infants Who Die; Thinking through Civil Disobedience; Calling Out False Teachers by NameBy Jonathan Leeman | 12.14.2015
— What happens to infants who die? Do they go to heaven? — How should Christians think through the category of “civil disobedience”? — Should pastors call out false teachers by name?
My hope is that this book will set the tone for present and future engagements by evangelicals to their Catholic friends.
The best thing you can do for missionaries is to make sure you keep your church healthy. They can’t do the work there if churches are unhealthy here.
Once one understands the place of the local church in God’s eternal plan, it’s worth re-thinking both ethnic-language church planting and ethnic-language ministry in general.
How can a church with a particular ethnic identity strive to become more multiethnic? Here are eight principles to consider.
Mark Dever sits down with David Platt, R. Albert Mohler Jr., H.B. Charles, and Danny Akin to chat about the current state of the Southern Baptist Convention.
Recent church history tells us that the college campus is one of the most strategic places for your church to focus on. What would it look like for your church to get involved?
Thought-provoking and challenging, this book is a guide that church leaders and church members will find helpful as they seek to form, or reform, their own mercy ministries.
I’m not the Messiah, Jesus is, and I want Jesus to be the main thing for the person I disciple, not me or anyone else.
Mark Dever interviews four men ministering across four continents: South America, Europe, Asia, and Africa.
It appears in retrospect that the Cultural Revolution, seen at the time as an unmitigated disaster for the church, was actually of great assistance to the growth of Christianity in many places in China.