The work of pastoring is the work stewarding power. This book will help all pastors—and especially young ones—to do that well.
These resources will give both church leaders and church members a clear and compelling vision of their role in God’s work.
If you’re looking for an accessible, Reformed Baptist introduction on the doctrine of the church, this is a resource I’m happy to recommend.
These days, small groups are quite common. But are they enough for community and accountability? What’s the best way to do small groups such that they don’t interfere with the regular Sunday gathering?
Churches across North America are dying at an alarming rate. This book sheds light on ways to reverse that trend.
Pastors, we must use some of our best time, energy, and resources training up plumbers, lawyers, teachers, and bankers.
Authority is God’s good and dangerous gift. Therefore, it’s important for pastors and church leaders to exercise their authority well, and in doing so image God.
Given the cultural climate in the United States, it’s surprising to see how positively Paul speaks about being single.
Paul makes it clear in 1 Corinthians 7 that singleness is not a predicament that needs to be addressed, an emergency that needs attention, or a problem that needs to be solved.
A basic distinction between fact and interpretation is helpful when pastoring discontented singles.
As you shepherd those longing for a spouse, don’t miss the opportunity to listen, to comfort, and to speak truth in love.
Even the best things in life cannot fill a human being’s need for companionship.
As you are preaching through the Scriptures and thinking about applying the text, you might consider whether your text addresses questions like these.
Older men in the church can help college men develop a God-honoring approach to dating by encouraging them to imitate godly examples, embrace biblical values, and involve the church.
God blesses some churches with quick, radical, and amazing growth. But he tends to work slowly—and this requires patience.