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God does extraordinary work through ordinary means

When we use God’s ordinary means, we get God’s power with them.

Building the ‘ground floor’: Fuller discusses new Hebrew Grammar

Russell T. Fuller, professor of Old Testament interpretation, discusses his new intermediate grammar for Biblical Hebrew

He’s memorized 42 books of the Bible and you can, too

There’s no magic here. Just repetition over time.

How to stop demanding members from driving you out of church

You can either leave ministry because of them, or you can deal with them.

Orthodox Christology in a secular age

In a secular culture the church must hold fast to its confessional Christology, says Wellum on the importance of proclaiming Christ’s exclusivity in pluralistic culture

Making the most of Sunday morning conversations

It is a constant juggling match that most pastors feel they fail at most of the time.

5 Ways the gospel transforms your parenting – Part 1

The assumption that keeping a list of rules can make everything right isn’t limited to arm-twisting seven-year-olds.

Preaching in a secular age

With the advance of secular pluralism, expository preaching must become the church’s strategy for survival.

Confessions of a fallen worship pastor

“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.”

Lessons from God’s school of waiting

We pray in hope, and then we wait on the Lord to answer.

Is it okay to use movie clips in your sermons?

I had been a pastor for just a few months when a faithful church member sought me out to discuss the use of media in the services.