One of the reasons Spurgeon was so rich in language and full in doctrinal substance is that he was always immersed in a great book.
I was grateful to learn that I don’t have the right to dislike and refuse to care for someone’s soul that God had entrusted to me.
Spurgeon’s first and nonnegotiable order of business each day, before he met with anyone else or put his hand to any other work, was devotional exercises.
Following a pastor who has run well is only a problem for those who lack the character or the stamina to do the same.
Seven questions to ask before you make a hasty decision
You may call it something different, but every pastor knows it well. It is the mental, emotional, and spiritual crash that takes place on Monday as a result of pouring your heart and soul out in the proclamation of God’s Word to God’s people the day before.
How should a preacher handle the occasional failure even after extensive study and spiritual preparation?
R. Albert Mohler Jr., editor Confessing the Faith: The Living Legacy of Southern Seminary’s Abstract of Principles (SBTS Press 2016, $16.99) Three decades ago, when R. Albert Mohler Jr. enrolled as a student at Southern Seminary, some of his professors openly disagreed with the institution’s confession of faith. Written by Basil Manly Jr. in 1858 as the…
Leadership Mosaic: 5 Leadership Principles for Ministry and Everyday Life Daniel Montgomery with Jared Kennedy Review by Craig S. Sanders You should judge this book by its cover. When I received my review copy of Leadership Mosaic, I marveled at artist Don Clark’s illustrations depicting the five leadership principles Sojourn Community Church pastors Daniel Montgomery and…
Francis Schaeffer championed an understanding of reason and faith that influenced a generation of Christian scholars.
Jeremy Yong rebelled against the honor-shame culture of his youth. Now he’s turning it upside down with gospel transparency.