Friday, October 19, 2018
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Episode 60 – Trillia Newbell

What Women Wish Their Pastors Knew About Women (Pt. 2) On this new episode, Dave is joined by Trillia Newbell. Trillia currently serves as the...

Which Preacher Has The Loudest Voice?

If someone polled your church with the question, “which preacher has the loudest voice in your life,” how would they respond? Some would point...

Dear New Elder: 5 Encouragements as You Begin

Dear new elder, I am encouraged by the work God is doing in you and through you in calling you to serve as an elder....

Should Our Pulpits be Politically Engaged?

Should politics be discussed from the pulpit?  As with most questions of conscience, there are only two wrong answers: Always and Never. Yet, this question...

The Best Church Leader Is a Team

Plurality. It’s a weighty word that reminds us that ideas have consequences. By plurality, I’m talking about shared leadership. It’s a way of referencing...
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Calling Question: How Do I Prepare My Heart to Preach?

For today’s “Calling Question”, Dave addresses the tension the preacher confronts each week of preparing the heart to preach before the Audience of One while also...

4 Ways Elders Should Seek Accountability

Guys, let’s face it. If a pastor’s accountability isn’t in the local church, it’s probably not real accountability. It might give the illusion of...

“15 Things Seminary Couldn’t Teach Me” Is Not Anti-Seminary, but Is Pro-Preventive Maintenance 

Click Here for the related Podcast Episode. Click Here for the related Book Giveaway. I’m something of a fanatic about preventive maintenance in my vehicles. Every...
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Collin Hansen on “15 Things Seminary Couldn’t Teach Me”

15 Things Seminary Couldn’t Teach Me Today, Dave is joined by Collin Hansen. Collin is an author, the Editorial Director at The Gospel Coalition, and...

Giveaway: “15 Things Seminary Couldn’t Teach Me”

Endorsements: “Many come to seminary thinking that it will teach them everything they need to know for ministry, but seminary is the foundation, not the...