Either he speaks, or we guess.
Jesus never contrasts different amounts of heavenly rewards for those who inherit God’s kingdom.
It’s always a good time for a new book on our communications struggles and how Christ empowers us to overcome them.
Credit for the success of any church plant is a zero-sum game.
Missionaries need more than sending churches. They need a host of staying churches who will remain spiritual mothers in the days, months, and years ahead.
Jesus calls us to delight in the mundane for his glory and to reflect his heart to serve. How does service reorder our lives?
If you pastor for long, you’re going to doubt your calling. Don’t waste this opportunity for maturity. Let it drive you to your knees.
Christmas is a time to feast—to remember the great gift of God’s Son, to display concern for the poor, and to rejoice in the Lord.
Carey desired to see the nations reached with the gospel. His gifts were clear from an early age, and his opportunity came in time.
As you grow in your appreciation for the beauty of the Scriptures, may your preaching reflect the glory of God, to the praise of his great name among his people.
Here are some questions designed to spark not only conversation, but also dialogue relevant to the season.
If we’re honest, every Christian would rather have a faithful preacher who occasionally mumbles words and gets lost in his notes than a shallow, captivating one.
How should a local church use their confession of faith? Here are six ways a church might use a confession of faith.
In nearly 30 years of preaching through the Old Testament regularly, I’ve enjoyed helping God’s people see that he teaches some of his greatest truths through biography.
In the end, only God himself is true happiness, beauty, and delight.
We have a discipleship disease in the local church. We have adopted a philosophy of ministry that sees discipleship inside the local church as optional, not necessary.
Quite simply, we’re all grieved over church planters failing—not at planting, but at living holy lives, and thus faltering at finishing well and honoring Christ above all.
None of us know what to expect as Election Day finally arrives. But we do know what God has called us to be about.