Eugene Peterson's latest book, The Pastor: A Memoir honestly reveals how painful and lonely a life in ministry sometimes can be.
Who would have ever imagined that research could be a vehicle for evangelism? But if God could proclaim his prophecy through a donkey (see Numbers 22), he can proclaim his gospel through a doctoral researcher.
He knows he’s no more wonderful than anyone else. He is not on an ego-trip for Jesus. What a pastor needs is encouragement.
Dr. Roger explains the difference between God allowing us to experience trials and tempting us to sin.
If you want to be a Biblical leader, consider these verses.
Those aspiring to pastoral ministry oftentimes dream to the future to one day serve in that capacity and miss some very significant ways he can serve his wife now that he cannot once he becomes the pastor preaching every week.
When people criticize the Bible, they often point to contradictions. They say that this cannot be God’s book. It’s no different from any other human book with the usual errors and mistakes. One of these passages is James 2:24, probably the biggest “contradiction” in the Bible.
It’s been fifty years since President Johnson declared a “War on Poverty.” So who won?
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God did not spare His own Son, but gave Him as a gift that first Christmas, and how can we not likewise show generosity to others?
How to be faithful as a seminary student.
We need more leaders. Or we need to better train the leaders we already have in our churches. Let me give you a few ideas about teaching leadership.
An avalanche of comments from PKs revealed what it’s like to live in the shadow of the church. The opinions were pretty strong. And the hurt, deep.
Jesus provided the way for the church to stay relevant, engaged, and active in an ever-changing world. Are you following his plan?
Can a congregant sue his or her pastor? Dr. Roger looks at what the Bible has to say about settling disputes.
As the new year begins, many of us face difficult and life-changing decisions. We can be grateful for God’s incredible promise in Psalm 32:8.
Here are questions to ask, pastor, before you take a public stand on an issue that is facing your community.
You might have seen some of the media coverage of so-called “atheist churches.” The concept started with two British comedians, Sanderson Jones and Pippa Evans. Jones told the AP, “If you think about church, there's very little that's bad. It's singing awesome songs, hearing interesting talks, thinking about improving yourself and helping other people — and doing that in a community with wonderful relationships. What part of that is not to like?"