Thabiti Anyabwile writes a very helpful post to preachers on misplacing trust in preaching. This is a more subtle temptation for preachers and Anyabwile shows us how to navigate this temptation by calling us to place our trust, not in our preaching ability or preparation, but rather in the God who we preach.
Andrew Walker responds to a recent article by David Gushee—an article that Walker calls “a sober looking glass into the future facing religious conservatives who refuse to accept the moral legitimacy of progressive sexual ethics.” Walker interacts with Gushee’s article and ends by asking several clarifying questions. If you want to see what the future holds for those who hold to the historic Christian sexual ethic, read this article.
Are you trying to be someone else in the pulpit? Cheston Pickard has four reasons why you should stop being someone else and start being you. The world does not need another MacArthur or Piper. It needs you, with your unique gifting, experience and circumstance. Pickard helps us see that God can and does use ordinary men who faithfully preach the Word in their own voice.