On this week’s episode, Dr. York sits down with his wife, Tanya York. They discuss marriage, family, and ministry.
Persecution and martyrdom are perennial features of the Church’s existence in this world.
A sermon is not primarily an exercise in rhetorical skill. Instead, it is a proclamation of Christ’s finished work with implications for holy living.
In episode 4 of the Pastor Well podcast, Dr. York sits down with John Onwuchekwa — Pastor of Cornerstone Church in Atlanta, Georgia — to discuss church planting, prayer, and preaching.
Baptism wasn’t just something Jesus commanded his followers to do, but an experience he also underwent.
Dr. York sits down with author and speaker Jen Wilkin to discuss writing, teaching, and women in ministry.
The world says there are many ways to God, but the Bible says there is only one. Here’s how to talk to your friends from other religions about Christianity.
Dr. York sits down with Paul Chitwood, president of the International Mission Board, to discuss missions, preaching, and spiritual warfare.
The hymns of the church ought to be built on, shaped by, and saturated with the Word of God.
In episode 1 of the Pastor Well podcast, Russell D. Moore talks about his calling to engage with political and social issues.
How do we produce mature believers? Sound doctrine.
Remember, she is your wife, not your fellow pastor.
One of the great sources of spiritual strength is Christian friendship and fellowship.
Those who have been changed and shaped by the gospel cannot help but speak and share the gospel.
Leaving a church is serious business. Here’s what to think about before you do.
When to end counseling is always a judgment call. Here’s how to make it.
Donald S. Whitney discusses his book “How Can I Be Sure I’m a Christian?” and the satisfying certainty of eternal life
To know God savingly is to know him as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Anything less is not Christian.