Dr. Stephen Witmer This blog originally appeared on The Gospel Coalition. Jesus entrusts the task of global missions to every Christian and every church, not just to super-Christians and megachurches. […]
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 […]
Stephen Witmer (MDiv & ThM ’03) This article originally appeared on Desiring God. Do you want to know an inside secret about sermons? You may have noticed it already. If you […]
Dr. Karen Mason Suicide happens inside the walls of the church. Yet, the wider culture is more engaged in suicide prevention than God’s people who care deeply about the sanctity […]
I don’t expect every Gordon-Conwell syllabi to save a ministry, but I trust that they might.
Dr. Jeffrey Arthurs This blog originally appeared in Ministry Magazine. If you created a checklist for sermon preparation, it might look like this: study the biblical passage—check; frame a big […]
Suicidal Christians are in our communities, and they need our ministry. They need us to provide authentic, non-judgmental deep community.
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.