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Elders are called to pay attention to themselves first and then to the flock, in order to shepherd the people they’re responsible for. ...
Paul's exhortation to the Ephesian elders is the key to persevering to the end: to not consider this temporal life as more important than faithfulness to the Lord, and the ministry to which one is called....
Paul’s admonition to the church leaders of Ephesus gives us a model for church leaders and every Christian, as we are called to servanthood, transparency, humility and sound doctrine. ...
I first came into contact with D.A. Carson's scholarly work twenty-two years ago while I was in Greek exegesis classes as an undergrad. Christians of all ilks should listen and appreciate this discussion as a vital topic for the life of the local church. RC Sproul interviews DA Carson on biblical exegesis from Ligonier on Vimeo....Keep Reading
It is an act of love to open yourself to the church members to be known by them. It helps them to hold you accountable. It reminds them that we are connected to each other. Our church covenant is more than words. We actually mean and want to live according to the promise, â€œWe will not forsake the assembling of ourselves togetherâ€ taken from Hebrews 10:25....Keep Reading
In light of the recent sermon I preached on the Temptations of Christ from Luke 4 and our subsequent discussion at one of the home groups, this is a very interesting discussion in this 18 minute video....Keep Reading
Here's a brief video tutorial on Greek manuscript evidence that scholars deal with ...Keep Reading
As a member of TGC, these are insightful warnings to our movement...Keep Reading
Justin Taylor writes, "The differences between R. C. Sproul and John Piper are easily discerned, even for the casual observer. Iâ€™m tempted to enumerate some of them, but it will be more fruitful to focus on the common threads that tie together their remarkable ministries."...Keep Reading