Each week all over the world, there are men – often younger but sometimes middle aged or beyond – who earnestly wrestle with a nagging question. They have dreams and drives. They query friends, consult pastors, exhaust mentors, and sometimes
In the book, Am I Called: The Summons to Pastoral Ministry, there are six questions which a man must ask himself in order to evaluate whether or not he is called to pastoral ministry. These resources are organized according to those questions. RECOMMENDED
In this episode of the Am I Called podcast, Dave Harvey interviews author, pastor, and professor Michael Horton. Dr. Horton is the J. Gresham Machen Professor of Theology and Apologetics at Westminster Seminary California, the host of The White Horse Inn radio broadcast, the author of numerous books, and an associate pastor at Christ United Reformed Church.
In this episode, Dave and Michael discuss:
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In this episode of the Am I Called podcast, Dave Harvey interviews David Powlison. David is the Executive Director of the Christian and Counseling and Educational Foundation (CCEF), as well as the Senior Editor of The Journal of Biblical Counseling. He is
Dave Harvey regularly interviews influential pastors and leaders. In the past he has interviewed Owen Strachan, Thabiti Anyabwile, Tim Challies, and more. What follows is part 2 of an interview with Brian Croft. You can read Part 1 here. Brian is
Dave Harvey regularly interviews influential pastors and leaders. In the past he has interviewed Owen Strachan, Thabiti Anyabwile, Tim Challies, and more. What follows is part 1 of an interview with Brian Croft. Brian is Senior Pastor of Auburndale Baptist Church in
Ah yes, the parachurch paradox. A man has a passion for ministry. He has a burning drive to be a pastor. And there is no doubt that he is gifted. There’s just one sticking point: he is deeply committed to