No fallen pastor who is a child of God disqualifies himself from his Father’s promise to provide.
If you have an overly defined segment of the population that you are trying to reach, it is possible you are merely trying to reach people whose company you prefer.
Watch Bryan Chapell, J. D. Greear, and Mike McKinley discuss preaching through tough sections of Scripture.
God has given many gifted ones to minister to the church body. He has only given your children one father and mother.
Too often this debate forces us to choose sides between single or married pastors. But the Bible doesn’t rank them; it honors both sides.
Watch J. D. Greear, Bryan Chapell, and Mike McKinley consider the legitimacy of a ‘non-shepherding’ pastor.
Two pastors and a businessman discuss whether it’s really necessary for every pastor to get a sabbatical.
A culture of encouragement in a church can be infectious. Here’s how to cultivate it.
I’ve seen theology reading groups grow my church in ways I never thought possible.
Reading commentaries will not necessarily turn you into a good exegete: that requires more focused reading of the text itself.