Remember, pastors come from thriving churches. And thriving churches are those that are constantly reproducing and mentoring leaders to serve in other churches.
Mike Hess reviews Gavin Ortlund’s book “Finding the Right Hills to Die On.”
Greg Linscott reviews Thom Rainer’s book “The Post-Quarantine Church.”
One of the greatest gifts a pastor can give to a congregation is to teach God’s people how to read their Bibles.
A heart full of gratitude is one of the best weapons to have in our arsenal as we battle the difficulties of 2020.
Myron Houghton (1941–2020)
Many churches have had to transition to online formats. Their flexibility in this crisis has demonstrated their heart for the Lord and His people.
Joshua Peglow reviews Jeffrey Straub’s book “The Making of a Battle Royal.”
Daryl Neipp reviews Flip Michaels’s book “Five Half-Truths.”
On Feb. 5, John C. Whitcomb Jr.—theologian, Old Testament scholar, and one of the principal founders of the modern creationism movement—passed away at his home …
A preview of the 2020 GARBC Conference.
When people search for a congregation, can they find you?
How to say what you mean without being mean in how you say it.
Enter the celebrity pastor syndrome. Fame and stardom need not be restricted to Tinseltown—ultra-famous megachurch pastors are preaching, writing, and tweeting at a venue near you!
Without a doubt, we have entered a new chapter of American history—“the culture of death.” Romans 1 is for real.
By Mike Hess “Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ! According to his great mercy, he has caused us to be …
David Gunn reviews Mark Ward’s book “Authorized: The Use & Misuse of the King James Version.”
Jeff Straub reviews David Beale’s book “Baptist History in England and America: Personalities, Positions, and Practices.”
Dr. Turk wrote three major academic papers in his lifetime. This brief survey of them will demonstrate his commitment to exegeting Biblical truth for the …
Dr. Jeremy Estrema was a student at Faith Baptist Theological Seminary from 1999 to 2002—Dr. Turk’s final years of ministry—and developed a special bond with …
Pam Russell’s mission to represent Jesus in the capitol.
Baptists see themselves as citizens of two kingdoms: an earthly and a heavenly. This theory carries implications for their understanding of political responsibility for both individuals and churches.
The dream of launching an international press has become a reality.