Recent examples of fallen ministries show us that conformity can be dangerous.
Learning from the Good Shepherd's gentle care.
Theological insights on the nature of human emotion and how to interpret it.
Must-have resources for multifaceted ministry.
Paul shows us how to restore worth to the wounded and weary.
We may face new challenges, but the heart of our calling remains the same.
Hope persists in the face of death, but it may not show up where you expect it.
In Turkish-controlled northern Cyprus, another Andrew Brunson-style case is brewing.
Full justice will come when Jesus returns. In the meantime, we fight for a “foretaste of glory divine.”
As his study assistant, I saw how the steadfast suffering of careful thinking resulted in balanced biblical Christianity.
To participate in the work of justice, we pastors need to grow and change.
How worship pastors decide whether to sing to the Lord a new song.
The Bible's diverse narratives help us disciple those entrusted to our care.
Tates Creek Presbyterian won praise for its transparent investigation. Then it had to do it again.
Children don't grieve the same as adults do. Their resilience after loss depends on our ability to understand the difference.
Four practitioners discuss how to minister well without resorting to heroics.
In 14 years, I've presided over more than 100 funerals. Easter gives me hope.
The pandemic has disrupted everything, but the Lord remains our strength and our song.
This week's guest shares his adoption story and the mission behind a new community for adult adoptees.
We must know our congregations well enough to respond to the false gospels and distorted teachings infiltrating their spiritual lives.
More than half of evangelicals will be back in person, but most Catholics and black and mainline Protestants are still waiting to return.
In both innovative and old-school ways, ministers are overcoming pandemic hurdles to provide pastoral care.
How I learned that the same God who numbered the stars knew and loved me personally.
To detractors, Ravi Zacharias's fall means the end of a movement. But his demise reminds us to deepen our core commitments to gospel work.
Theologian Matthew Barrett diagnoses our drift away from an orthodox understanding of Father, Son, and Spirit.
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