Leadership

Making the most of Sunday morning conversations

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

Let My People Go

SBTS alumnus Raleigh Sadler leads a ministry aimed at equipping local churches to fight human trafficking.

Who Most Influenced Your Understanding of Expository Preaching?

Leader influences

Preaching in a secular age

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

‘A Power to Move Men’

The legacy of SBTS co-founder John A. Broadus: renowned preacher who was a teacher of preachers.

Great Moments in Preaching

The legacy of John Broadus’ preaching shaped generations of Southern Baptist preachers.

Five common objections to church discipline

Church discipline is not only biblical, it is loving.

Follow Spurgeon’s example in reading good books

One of the reasons Spurgeon was so rich in language and full in doctrinal substance is that he was always immersed in a great book.

Why should you stay a long time in the same church?

I was grateful to learn that I don’t have the right to dislike and refuse to care for someone’s soul that God had entrusted to me.

Learning from Spurgeon’s daily priority

Spurgeon’s first and nonnegotiable order of business each day, before he met with anyone else or put his hand to any other work, was devotional exercises.

How do I follow a long-tenured pastor?

Following a pastor who has run well is only a problem for those who lack the character or the stamina to do the same.

What if I barely received a favorable vote?

Seven questions to ask before you make a hasty decision

Five ways to fight “preaching hangover”

You may call it something different, but every pastor knows it well. It is the mental, emotional, and spiritual crash that takes place on Monday as a result of pouring your heart and soul out in the proclamation of God’s Word to God’s people the day before.