By Toni Ridgaway on Mar 28, 2020
Fifty-five percent of pastors can identify one or more topics on which they would not preach at all or only sparingly.
By Kevin Deyoung on Jul 12, 2017
What have been some of the normal characteristics and patterns of behavior exhibited by false teachers throughout Church history? Kevin DeYoung shares his insights.
By Chris Pascarella on Jan 9, 2018
Be on guard for yourselves and for all the flock, among which the Holy Spirit has made you overseers, to shepherd the church of God which He purchased with His own blood. I know that after my departure savage wolves will come in among you, not sparing the flock. – Acts 20:28-29
By Sermoncentral on Mar 3, 2014
John Piper shares what works for him--but cautions that it may not work for you.
By Taelor Gray on May 1, 2021
Growing up in church, I used to think of pastors as heroic, super-powered leaders who were almost like enhanced human beings. For me, they were moral superiors operating beyond the scope of failure and “common” struggle.
By Tim Keller on Nov 27, 2018
Many today reject the idea of final judgment and hell. Tim Keller advises pastors on how to deliver the very important biblical message to those who may not want to hear it.
By Philip Holmes on May 4, 2021
“The reason elders are so necessary,” says Sanchez, “is because they are the means by which our sovereign king chooses to shepherd his church to display his kingdom on earth in local churches as embassies of heaven, and also to proclaim the message of the gospel, calling all people everywhere to repent and believe and enter into the kingdom. Elders shepherd the flock of God among them, under the chief Shepherd. That’s why elders are important, because it is our ascended Lord’s chosen means by which he shepherds his church.”