In this interview with Christianity.com Editor, Alex Crain, Dr. Timothy Keller discusses his book, Center Church: Doing Balanced, Gospel-Centered Ministry in Your City (Zondervan, 2012). Dr. Keller is a pastor, popular author and conference speaker. He serves as pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Manhattan, and is co-founder of The Gospel Coalition.
Have questions about biblical tithing, or how to tithe? Prepare to be humbled by God's radical call to generosity.
What Scripture would you use, in your effort to explain the Gospel?
We all agree that adultery is wrong. The problem is once you get caught in its grip, you find yourself so drunk with its intoxication, you start humming the Debbie Boone hit, "This can’t be wrong, it feels so right."
What is the difference between a personal conviction and biblical truth? Dr. Roger explains.
Worship is so much more than just the time your congregation sings during your church’s weekend services.
The relationship between a head pastor and a youth leader is critical, not only for the health of the youth ministry, but for the entire church.
To read and preach the Bible as if it were fundamentally about us and what we should do is to miss the point of the Bible entirely.
Young people can teach us about worship, confidence, righteousness, and justice.
Your efforts to share the Gospel with immigrants can benefit many more people than just the immigrants you reach personally.
Several lessons emerge in the immediate aftermath of the election and Christians should consider them carefully.
Is the search for that "warm fuzzy feeling" keeping you from being generous? Don't be held back!
Thankfully the election season is almost over, but let's not miss some key lessons for leaders.
Dr. Roger answers some of his most frequent questions about politics.
Reminiscing on two youth ministries I was involved in reminds me of the true purpose of youth ministry.
Dr. Roger tackles some of his most frequently asked questions regarding homosexuality.
There is a tremendous influence exerted by the life of one individual. No matter who you are, you occupy a place of influence.
How should Christians respond to this holiday?
I was recently asked four compelling questions by Outreach magazine related to the future of the church. They were specific, and as a result, forced me to galvanize quite a bit of "wide" thinking into a concise format.
- October 24, 2012 |
Why is the famed evangelist -- who has said he has learned hard lessons about being too political -- getting so involved in the 2012 elections?
- October 24, 2012 |