Social media is here to stay…Yet, despite the amount of available help for people on social media, and the overwhelming impact social media is having on our culture, many pastors make these five mistakes.
This is a story about two young men who were friends, roommates, and pastors.
In other words, this is a story about jealousy.
In the mid-90s, I was a student at Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene, Texas. I was a successful student with a successful grade point average. I was leading a large college ministry. I was, simply put, on the fast track to success in the field of my choice—pastoral ministry.
My sophomore year a student transferred in who captured the attention and imagination of much of the student body.
His name was Matt Chandler.
This is good.
Joseph Williams explains the significance of Whole Women’s Health v. Cole.
It is a massive temptation to forgo church discipline. We all know the Bible commands it, but nobody really ever wants to do it. The temptation to forgo church discipline is especially massive when the sin involves a sin against a pastor. This is understandable, but it ought not to be. Here are four reasons why a pastor might want to forgo church discipline, but shouldn’t.