My Nashville Statement
Evangelicals are good at giving thin answers to thick questions; what we need is to engage deep questions with thoughtfulness and grace.
When Affliction is a Gift
There are four ways that God uses our affliction to make us more like him.
Churchgoing is Beautiful
If we are to be faithful as pastors in an individualistic age, we must look for ways to lift up the beauty and necessity of the church gathering.
The Problem with Authenticity
What if “authenticity” has become just another mask—one more covering for our sins?
What to Do With an Anonymous Letter
4 Lies that Cause Pastors to Neglect their Families
Below I want to offer four lies that can cause young pastors to neglect their families.