This article explains how pastors can lead the church toward the active work of the deacons.
How can a congregation aid its pastor in preaching the Word of God more effectively? This article offers four considerations: pray regularly for the pastor, regularly read through and study the Word, read good theological, historical, and devotional books, and regularly gather around the Word.
This article shows how the Lord used Erasmus to facilitate the Reformation, especially by his producing of the Greek Testament.
What is it that makes a marriage Christ-centred? This article offers nine elements.
This article explains what authoritarianism in a pastor looks like, and how to root it out.
This article offers an exposition of 2 Corinthians 2:14, about the triumph of the gospel.
This article emphasizes the importance of looking for Christ when we read the Bible. It takes its cue from Luke 24:44-45.
This article provides several benefits of preaching through whole books of the Bible (series preaching). Some of the reasons are: pastors are to preach the whole counsel of God, preaching through a book allows the minister and congregation to better absorb the purpose of God, and it gives a better understanding of a particular book and of biblical theology.
This article makes the case for long-term ministry in one congregation. It mentions five things needed for staying long: patience, contentment, vulnerability, courage, and trust.