This is the second post in a series by Casey McCall. Here he highlights C.H. Spurgeon's heroic stand against racial injustice.
Pastor Casey McCall begins a series profiling real heroes that fought for racial justice.
Pastor Casey McCall responds to Shane Morris' recent article on the real reason baptistic evangelicals don't baptize their children.
VBS saved my life. I don’t necessarily remember if the theme was “Submerged” or “Journey” or “Fun in the Jungle” or something else. I don’t remember what the decorations looked like. I vaguely remember snack
Smith, James K.A. You Are What You Love. Grand Rapids: Brazos, 2016. 210 pp. How do people change? What motivates people to live the way that they do? What is the best way to
[The following review was written by Casey McCall, Pastor of Students and Discipleship at Ashland Avenue Baptist Church] Whitney, Donald S. Family Worship. Wheaton: Crossway, 2016. Donald Whitney has earned a reputation as a first-rate
[The following is a guest post by Casey McCall, Pastor of Students and Discipleship at Ashland Avenue Baptist Church in Lexington, KY] A few years ago when Facebook first came out, I was a little
(adapted from Church with Jesus as the Hero, chapter 11. Written by Casey McCall) In counseling, listening is just as vital as speaking. It is generally assumed that a good counselor is one who is
In many ways Church with Jesus as the Hero is the fruit of thousands of conversations amongst a church staff that has remained intact and unified in gospel ministry for over ten years. The book’s
[The following is a guest post by Casey McCall, Pastor of Students and Discipleship at Ashland Avenue Baptist Church] Fourteen years ago, by the mercy of God, I repented of my sin