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7 Ways New Preachers Bat from the Wrong Side of the Plate

This article was originally published on The Gospel Coalition. My brother bats left-handed. It’s the strangest thing, because he does everything else—writes, throws, waves, swipes...
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Episode #53- “On Richard Baxter” with Todd Augustine (Pt.2)

Introducing A Titan of Practical Theology, Richard Baxter! Todd Augustine returns to discuss Richard Baxter’s ministry in greater detail. Todd served as Pastor of Congregational Life...

How to Decide to Join a Church Planting Launch Team

Church planting is a big decision for the lead planter and his family. It takes faith, courage, discernment, loads of support and a little...
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Episode #52- “On the Puritans” with Todd Augustine (Pt.1)

Why Every Church Leader Should Know the Puritans and Pastor Richard Baxter! On this new episode, Dave sits down with Todd Augustine to talk about...

Preaching In the Trenches

Man, this preaching gig. I can see you right now, those words staring up at you from the text, the clock ticking away, reminding you...

The Gospel-Shaped Parent (Pt.3): Best Practices in Gospel-Shaped Parenting 

By: Paul and Susan Gilbert Part One Part Two   When James writes, he shoots pretty straight. I’m not sure parents were his first target, but we are...

How Much Should a Pastor Tell His Wife?

This article was originally published on The Gospel Coalition. Every church leader has been there. We arrive home after an excruciating meeting with someone whose...

Top Ten Articles of 2017

With 2017 quickly coming to an end, it is a joy and a privilege to look back and see how many people visited the...

2017 Ministry End-of-Year Report

Over this last year, AIC has experienced the highest growth since its inception in 2014. We could talk about the statistics of website visits...

Christmas & The Incarnation: An Excerpt from J. I. Packer

I was sitting locked in sermon preparation the other day when my computer pinged with an incoming message. It was from Tim Kerr--a Canadian...