Monday, September 21, 2015

Monday Roundup: Six Articles

Why 'Just Preach the Gospel' Is Naïve, Unbiblical Advice

Talk is never enough. When the gospel message flows through us, it is affected by who we are and what we do. Read more

3 Objections to the Doctrine of Election

The doctrine of election—that those who freely come to God are those whom God has freely chosen—is easy to understand, and clearly taught in God's Word, but it is not easy to accept. It has given thoughtful believers problems for centuries, and continues to do so today. Here are three of the most common questions the doctrine of election raises.... Read more

7 Popular Myths about Leadership

...I have observed leadership is often not easy to define as a few simple words. In fact, there are many myths when it comes to even what leadership means — certainly how its practiced. I encounter people who don’t have a clue what real leadership is and what it isn’t. Let me share a few myths I’ve observed. Read more

Why It’s Time To Rethink What It Means To Be Called To Ministry

Chances are you’re likely struggling with the same issue almost every church leader is—a lack of truly great leaders for ministry.... The deepest crisis is in staffing. In people who want to be pastors, ministry directors, or serve in other church staff roles may be at an all time low. Read more

Millennials and the Bible

Christian millennials are into the Good Book but face skepticism from peers. Read more

Most people in England are still Christian, says new study

Christianity is far from extinct in Britain and nearly six out of ten people still say they are Christian, according to a new report. Read more

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