The students of this course will study the tools necessary to develop timeless, biblically sound leadership skills for a church of any size, in any generation. Specifically, this class […]
There is much to be learned about leadership in difficult times from Scripture, especially the history books of the Old Testament.
We want to make sure our students are taught that one of the most important ministries they will have will be to equip parishioners—teachers, business people, artists, sales persons, or scientists—to be witnesses in how they live, work, and speak in their jobs.
Christian Weddings and wedding banquets are unique opportunities to see into a person’s life and learn more about their spiritual formation.
The particularity of Jesus as the only Savior and Lord is a scandal for many. There are so many religions, how can only one be correct?
I believe it is a good time to think together about holiness.
This week’s Ockenga blog post highlights ways in which the Mockler Center pursues its mission and purpose.
This week’s Ockenga blog post shines the spotlight on the newly renamed Mockler Center for Faith and Ethics in the Public Square.
Like many parishioners, this question (or its more non-committal cousin, “Who was Jesus?”) makes seasonal appearances at Christmas and Easter, usually on the covers of news magazines looking for a holiday angle.
This is the second blog post in a series about the book release of Preaching Hope in Darkness: Help for Pastors in Addressing Suicide from the Pulpit.