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Four Sentences That Have Shaped My Preaching

Perhaps the most notable impact on me as a preacher have come from the encouragements of individual saints.

The Pastor’s Wife: Help-Fit, Yet Sometimes Helpless

Sometimes the life of a pastor’s wife can be made more difficult and lonely than it needs to be. Here are some remedies.

Complementarians in the Black Experience

A strong woman shouldn’t be a threat to our theology. But even more, she should not be judged and stereotyped.

Three Reasons Men Don’t Go to Church

A funny but insightful response to common excuses for not attending church

The Color of the Gospel

Could it be that our preoccupation with race is moving us to color the gospel?

Greg Gunn and the Resurrection

It is in and through the resurrection that our hope in suffering is found—that Jesus died for my sins so that I might live and have eternal life

Beyond the Veil: Remembering Daryl Coley (1955-2016)

This morning I’m praising God for the rich deposits of grace He has left in His Church and in my life through the singing and song writing of brother Daryl Coley.

Have You Heard about The Vox Project?

In our day and time we need many more organizations and groups motivated by this very view of each life–inside and outside the womb

Faithful Pastors Can’t Be One-Hit Wonders

No man fells a Sequoia with one mighty blow. Faithfulness is doing over and over again the things that God requires.

Talking Mentorship in the Church with Natasha Sistrunk Robinson

Mentor for Life calls us back to our primary calling to make disciples who follow Jesus with their entire being.

What Should You Do If You Don’t Think the Gospel Is Clearly Preached at Your Church?

Give your pastor the benefit of the doubt. Serve him in kindness. Pray for him and his preaching. See what the Lord does.

About That Beeline to the Cross…

Spurgeon was wrong. We’re not to take a text and make a bee-line to the cross.

C’mon Up!