It’s tempting to think God, who created all things so quickly, might lead us through tribulation with greater haste. But he doesn’t. God tends to work slowly, then and now.
If you sense your church members are getting a bit ornery, you are probably right. Indeed, you as a church leader may be struggling with some of these same issues.
Dr. York sits down with Clint Pressley (senior pastor, Hickory Grove Baptist Church in Charlotte, NC) to discuss preaching and pastoring in North Carolina.
Pastor, help your people see when it’s time to go to war and when it’s time for diplomacy.
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.
Dr. York sits down with Ronnie Floyd (former pastor of Cross Church in Northwest Arkansas, president & CEO of the SBC Executive Committee) to discuss COVID-19 & the SBC
While Bonhoeffer’s context of persecution is far removed from our context of social distancing and self-isolation, our inability to gather provides us with a fresh lens to consider his words.
Much of our improvement in preaching will come by improving our preparation.
May we speak slowly and listen carefully, so that many souls be preserved by churches who abide by patient peacemaking.
Preaching is the overwhelming witness of Scripture as the means of communicating the words of God.
As a Christian, I love the Psalms. As an academic, I study them. But as a pastor, I need them.
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.
May we preach “as loudly and as effectually” in isolation, as we ever did when not.
If you are going to pastor the Lord’s church and walk through life with his people, you had better be certain that he told you to do it.
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.