Tag Archives: Pastoral Ministry
An article I wrote for ChurchWorks Media posted yesterday. It deals with the tension pastors have of being both shepherds and sheep, and how the gospel informs this challenge. You can read it here.
Sometimes you just need a little help. Not more theologizing. Not more philosophizing about church ministry. Not another article written for an ideal (and mythical!) church situation. Just some sound, practical help. How do I translate my theology and philosophy … Continue reading
Tim Keller: Why do people go into a life of ministry? Noble motivation, right? Some years ago I read this line in a book for ministry students by Charles Spurgeon: “Don’t preach the gospel in order to save your soul.” I … Continue reading
This is the fourth and final post. Here are part 1, part 2, and part 3. Ministerial Growth Head. This summer you’ll read three ecclesiological works. Kevin DeYoung and Greg Gilbert, What is the Mission of the Church? There’s a … Continue reading