What should church elders/leaders do if a congregation member asks for their child to be identified as transgender
Three syllables is all you have to remember, read, pray, sing. Read the Bible, pray together and sing together.
Being distracted is not the biggest risk of using technology in preaching. The greater danger is missing God himself.
be careful to not find your identity in what you’re particularly good at doing.
See “Experiencing God’s Grace” tract here: http://www.sbts.edu/bgs/evangelism-and-missions/experiencing-gods-grace-tract/
My goal is to give you practical ideas that you can use to cultivate the discipline of leadership in your life.
Brother pastor, if you haven’t read deeply and widely in the Baptist history canon, put these giants atop your reading list.
What you’re attracted to is more influenced by the culture around you than you might realize.
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.
Anyone who wants to turn to Christ in repentance and faith, anyone who comes to him and says, “I’m sorry for my sins,” is forgiven.
Your child does not get a visible mark on her forehead or a stripe on her back when she comes to Jesus, so you have to talk, pray, and discern.
Let us give praise to God for the Psalms and praise him with the Psalms.
It is the Spirit that takes the Word of God as the seed, sows it in hearts, and makes them live.
In the beauty and completeness of God’s Word, Paul and James teach complementary, not contradictory, truths.
The best kind of vacation involves a restorative encounter with Jesus
As parents, I think we need to rest in looking at the child’s life holistically and not get fixated on our child asking Jesus into their hearts.