Dr. York sits down with Clint Pressley (senior pastor, Hickory Grove Baptist Church in Charlotte, NC) to discuss preaching and pastoring in North Carolina.
Dr. York sits down with Johnny Hunt (former senior pastor, First Baptist Church Woodstock, Georgia; former president of the SBC) to discuss NAMB, restoration ministry, and “smelling like your sheep.”
Considerate pastors understand what they are inheriting before people stop introducing them as the “new pastor.”
One of the best decisions I have ever made for the benefit of my family and ministry has been to commit to a day off every week.
Confessions of faith should function as guardrails, not a straightjacket.
We have catered to our congregations for so long without calling followers of Christ to die to their own preferences for the sake of others.
Much of our improvement in preaching will come by improving our preparation.
How should we make decisions about worship, ordinances, and livestreams when our churches are unable to gather in person?
Christians, old and young, diverse in many different ways can be united around a love for Christ and a love for each other.
I stepped into car sales out of necessity, to put food on the table. Little did I know God would use this wilderness journey to teach me how to pastor.
One of the most dangerous times for a pastor are the hours following his Sunday sermon.
Every leader has to establish credibility. It can take years to develop, but can be lost in a moment.
By effectively sharing a vision for ministry, pastors can help their church serve Christ in all that they do.
Self-promotion is out of place for servants of Christ, who often turned down opportunities for self-promotion for the sake of his mission.
Southern Seminary’s First Lady has played a crucial — but often behind-the-scenes — role in the school’s past 25 years. Here’s her story.
Annoyance is not an attribute someone can possess; it’s a response we have.