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Practical Unity: Living Out the Words of Jesus to “Be One”

It’s easy to talk about “unity within the church” as long as we’re talking in the abstract. However, what do you do when a Christian brother or sister offends you or sins against you? Do you “write them off” and go your separate ways? I submit this is often the easier choice, but Jesus and the standards of his kingdom rule do not permit us to do so.

Conducting a Funeral when Suicide Is the Cause of Death

Suicide is one of the most horrific manifestations of the pain and sorrow that sin has brought into our world.

Am I Reformed?

Got your attention with the title, didn’t I? At least, the attention of a number of you who consider it a hot topic.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • May 14, 2013 |
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Why Should Your Church Have a Single Father Ministry?

Fathers who walk with the Lord and have a foundation built on Christ and other believers are able to overcome adversity.

7 Things Pastors Should Tell Their People Often

The most important spiritual truths need to be emphasized again and again if the hearers are to truly learn them and benefit from them. Here are seven biblical truths we pastors need to keep telling our people in the hope that eventually most will “get it.”

Why You Should Not Listen to Me

Influence? Only if it makes Jesus known and brings men under his light and easy yoke of love. Everything else is a mist.

Church Leaders Tackle the Stigma of Mental Illness

Mental illness and suicide were taboo topics for many churches, seen as a kind of spiritual failure. But that may be starting to change.

Why I Don’t Believe in Atheism

I considered atheism while in college, but made my choice to take my stand with believers. I’ve never regretted it. Here’s why.

Confessional Integrity and the Stewardship of Words

In the end, theological education is all about the stewardship of words. So it was when Paul commissioned Timothy. So is it now.

How to Create Community In Your Church

if you want your church to be more friendly, maybe it's time for you to go out of your way to create meaningful friendships.

What Is Practical Shepherding?

Well, here is our newly released 2 minute promo video to explain it. It captures well the essence of this ministry.

The League of Church Members Extraordinary

I'm proposing that every church needs to have four teams of workers who will focus on people in the congregation who need our help.

Needed: Mere Christians

Mere Christianity is not a reduction of orthodoxy, but the distillation of Christianity so that it is fermented to its fullest potency.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • April 22, 2013 |
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Sin Is Insanity: A Pastoral Word on the Boston Marathon Bombings

Though we may not understand why God allowed this senseless bombing, we know that his covenant will not be defeated by evil.

All is Grace: A Tribute to Brennan Manning

With Brennan, I concur that it is high time for the church to honor its Founder by embracing sola gratia anew.

  • Tullian Tchividjian |
  • April 16, 2013 |
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Thirty Barriers to Growth

If a church isn’t growing, what is keeping it from fulfilling its full redemptive potential?

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • April 16, 2013 |
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Leadership as Stewardship, Part Two

We will shipwreck our leadership for certain if we do not remember that we are stewards, not lords, of all that we hold by trust.

Leadership as Stewardship

Christians are rightly and necessary concerned about leadership, but many Christians seem to aim no higher than secular standards and visions of leadership.

When You Sense Your Church Is Dying

Here are six humble suggestions on how to live godly when facing a dying church.

Calvin the Preacher

As a theologian Calvin stood without peer in his day, and as an exegete Calvin was arguably ahead of his time. But above all else, Calvin was a pastor, and therefore, he was a preacher.

  • Theologically Driven |
  • April 10, 2013 |
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