No Turning Back

  Regaining Momentum in Your Ministry Introduction: Ulysses Grant faced Robert E. Lee during the “Battle of the Wilderness” in May of 1864. This took place in Northern Virginia, and it was a savage battle in which 200,000 men met in a fight to the death. The wilderness around the Rapidan River was twelve miles […]

Preaching in the Last Days

Communicating God’s Logic to a Lost Culture 2 Timothy 3 – 4 Introduction: A few months ago, I spoke in a church whose pastor is my age and whose staff is made up of millennials. At supper, the pastor and I recalled the 1950s, when America was a church-going nation. Evangelists held prolonged meetings, churches […]

10 Commandments for Young Pastors

  Never miss your personal daily devotions. Meet personally with the Lord every day, because ministry is overflow; and your Bible study for sermon preparation is no substitute for personally closing your door and talking with your Father in secret. You must have the daily refreshment of the Word. The most important thing isn’t your […]

Sentences I’ve Underlined In…

  Once you begin a book or blog by Al Mohler, it’s hard to stop reading. His unfiltered insights are incisive, whether he’s talking about today’s world or today’s church. I thoroughly enjoyed his book on preaching, He Is Not Silent. These are the sentences I underlined and a few I bolded: A large number of […]