Tuesday, April 24, 2018

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...
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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...

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...

How To Choose A Godly Wife (Pt. 3)

Part One, Part Two, Conclusion Welcome back for the final  post in our mini-series about choosing a wife who will help you fulfill God’s calling...

How I Found My Pastoral Priorities

My first several years of pastoral ministry were difficult. Not because of the work, mind you, but because of a lingering, unanswered question, “What...

Gratitude in the Holiday Gauntlet

Get ready! Like a contestant on the 1980s TV show American Gladiator, you’re about to enter the holiday gauntlet. However, rather than attempting to plow...

How To Choose A Godly Wife (Pt. 2)

The following article was written by Bryan Stoudt. Part One, Part Three, Conclusion In the first post, we began with  how to find a godly wife...

How To Choose A Godly Wife (Pt. 1)

The following article was written by Bryan Stoudt. Part Two, Part Three, Conclusion   After the service, the pastor’s wife was pleasant but distant.  Whenever the conversation turned...