Let’s re-discover that our Lord’s yoke is easy and light, and in it we’ll find the rest our souls are looking for.
The availability of good Christian literature has pushed Brazil into a modern Reformation.
Despite the proliferation of the prosperity gospel, churches in Cameroon are blessed with an evangelistic fervor and missionary zeal.
If I were speaking to a room full of Christians concerned for the church in Iran, I tell them: “I intend to make the Lord’s Supper the key focus of my work with the local church.”
Though they may never receive the fame of an Adoniram Judson, faithful workers across Myanmar are quietly laboring to build up the church.
Singapore has been blessed by many gospel-preaching churches. Pray that they would not lose the centrality of the gospel, and would be used to build healthy churches in Asia and beyond.
Here is the story of one church in one of the least reached corners of the world slowly and waveringly growing into maturity by the grace of God.
Ryle would have us prepare for eternity, even as young men.
On October 30, 1991—25 years ago this Sunday—Mark Dever wrote a letter to a church in Massachusetts. They needed a new pastor and wanted to know what they should be looking for. Mark responded with a list of nine must-haves—a list that has since become known as “nine marks of a healthy church.”
Prosperity gospel churches are seedbeds for abusive authority.
Think of how perfectly and exhaustively God has cared for you in Christ. Then ask yourself the question: shouldn’t our churches should be models of how to care for the hurting?
Periodically, pastors read The Compelling Community, and then ask us where to start in putting its ideas into practice. Here are three thoughts for your consideration.
The goal of contextualization is not comfort, but clarity.
Four years ago, when I began this church revitalization, I believed my main goal would be to preach, pray, and stay, and included in “stay” is to develop personal relationships with people and pour into discipleship. That’s the same advice I’d give now.