The fulfillment of your calling is not just a future possibility. The fulfillment of your calling to ministry is something you are responsible to pursue and demonstrate in the here and now.
Church discipline can be the mechanism for inspecting the genuineness of conversion.
The joy of serving as an undershepherd of the Chief Shepherd is all the greater when shared with other called and qualified men.
In the Season 1 finale episode of the Pastor Well Podcast, Dr. York sits down with D.A. Carson to discuss seminary, theology, and The Gospel Coalition.
I can assure you that you’re not the first pastor to wrestle with the question of whether you’re really called to pastoral ministry.
A college or university can be a very unsafe space. But perhaps not for the reasons you think.
If you preach long enough, you’ll encounter textual variants. Here’s what you should know when you do.
Dr. York sits down with JT English, Pastor of the Village Church Institute in Dallas, TX, to discuss training and equipping in the local church.
Every time believers assemble in God’s name, we participate in a heavenly reality. So, we should order our assemblies by the divine pattern God has given.
Gender will become a wedge between this generation and the Word.
Dr. York sits down with Bob Russell (author, former pastor of Southeast Christian Church in Louisville, KY) to discuss preaching, pastoring, and ministry that endures.
The greatest joy of a worship leader is when people see more of Christ, when people’s burdens are lifted by Christ, when their hope and joy in Christ begins to rise.
Dr. York sits down with Tim Challies (writer, author of the popular blog Challies, and pastor at Grace Fellowship Church in Toronto, Ontario) to discuss writing, teaching, the internet and pornography.
In ministry, you’ll need to choose your battles wisely. Here’s how.
As we return to Scripture year after year, we are better prepared to see what has been there all along.
Dr. York sits down with author, pastor, and speaker Sam Allberry to discuss singleness, same-sex attraction, and preaching.
In ministry, God lets us grow hungry so we realize how desperately we need him.
Dr. York sits down with Dr. Thomas Schreiner, James Buchanan Harrison Professor of New Testament Interpretation and Professor of Biblical Theology and Associate Dean of the School of Theology, to discuss preaching, theology, and writing.