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 Thabiti Anyabwile regarding some very pressing matters. They discuss…
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We’re talking about reading and leading. Specifically, we’re talking about how investing in one helps you improve in the other. Of course, the Bible should remain our primary source of spiritual nourishment and instruction. However it shouldn’t be our only
You’re a pastor, aspiring pastor, or church planter, which means you’re busy. Not to go all DeYoung on you, but you’re “crazy busy!” If you’re already pastoring, then you’ve got stuff to do, people to see, sermons to prepare, meetings
In light of the overwhelming response to the Am I Called podcast, we decided to create something we’re calling “Calling Questions”, in which Dave seeks to answer common questions men have regarding pastoral calling and pastoral ministry. In this episode, Dave addresses the question: A
In the latest episode of the Am I Called podcast, Dave interviews Tim Challies. Tim is the force behind the uber popular Christian blog, Challies.com, as well as the co-founder of Cruciform Press. He is a pastor at Grace Fellowship