Jesus’s glory will not fade. Spend your life glorifying him, not yourself.
Pastors must never tire of preaching Jesus. Pastors do not preach the words of men. They do not preach themselves. They do not preach their own wisdom or man-made techniques. They preach Christ and Him crucified.
Ministry is hospitality, and hospitality that is more than an event. It is simply the Christian way of life.
I wanted to help our older generation pass down these precious gems to the next generation. I also wanted the next generation to be able to take ownership of these hymns.
Relationships are deeper and richer when our ultimate confidence is in Christ and not one another.
Brother pastor, if you haven’t read deeply and widely in the Baptist history canon, put these giants atop your reading list.
I will not suggest how many weeks of vacation you should be given by your church. Instead, I intend to answer this question a bit differently.
It’s not pleasant but if we don’t talk about dying churches, we will act like there are no problems.
I cannot improve on Paul’s words to a young elder named Timothy but based on Paul’s writings I offer five lines of encouragement for you.
The ultimate goal of church discipline is to obey the Lord.
You can either leave ministry because of them, or you can deal with them.
It is a constant juggling match that most pastors feel they fail at most of the time.
“Don’t preach them into heaven. Don’t preach them into hell. Just preach the gospel for the people who are there.”
A day-in-the-life of Southern preaching professor and pastor Hershael W. York.
North Carolina pastor Andy Davis revitalized his church through verse-by-verse expository preaching
“When sin isn’t exposed to the light, it leads to a stronghold, and when a stronghold isn’t dealt with, it leads to an addiction.”