Here is why we enthusiastically embrace the multi-site strategy as biblically sound, practically wise, and pastorally helpful.
Here are eight principles for dealing with difficult people.
I am persuaded that training for pastoral ministry, as it’s currently practiced in the United States, does not adequately prepare God-called pastors for service in our churches.
I love my sheep, and I love myself. And it’s those two loves, wrongly focused, that tempt me down a gospel-denying path.
What has happened to our understanding of evangelism, conversion, church discipline, and discipleship that allows people to remain on the roles of a Christian church but never attend?
Phillip Jensen attacks evangelical assumptions about ministry training, spiritual gifts, and more.
Mark Dever asks church planter Mike McKinley about the travails of planting and why we should plant churches WITHOUT a vision statement.
Mark Dever leads a roundtable in discussing the importance of biblical theology for the pastor.
Proud to be a Protestant? R. Kent Hughes, pastor emeritus at College Church in Wheaton, Illinois, discusses his 40 years of pastoral ministry with Mark Dever.
The long time pastor of Fourth Presbyterian Church in Bethesda, MD describes his life and ministry in London, Hollywood, and now a busy Washington suburb.
C.J. Mahaney asks Mark Dever why he did what he did and does what he does to build healthy churches.
Pastor Eric Redmond recounts his own pastoral experience as well as some of the challenges of inter-ethnic and economic ministry.
Mark Dever asks this one-time Welsh Baptist how he became a Presbyterian minister and seminary professor in Jackson, Mississippi.
The tables turn as C.J. Mahaney puts Mark Dever in the hot seat and interviews him.