7 Tips on Teaching and Preaching the Old Testament
“’Do you have any tips on things that might be helpful in teaching through the Old Testament, or potential pitfalls?’ That’s the question I was recently asked via email and I thought it might be profitable to share the answer here.
“Every true believer has sufficient grace to finish well. If this is true, and I believe it is, why do so many believers burn out?”
1 Simple Way to Get Kids to Love Bible Study
“Do you struggle with getting your kids to pay attention in family devotions? Try leveraging their natural propensity for play.”
How can a pastor be certain he is regularly shepherding everyone in his church?
“Though we are shepherds who will give an account for each soul in our care (Heb. 13:17), we all still have this tendency to gravitate to those we either love to be with the most or who make the most racket, thus demanding our attention. Because of this, there are church members who unintentionally slip through the cracks.”
Three Reasons to Study Church History
Over the last few years, though, I’ve found myself drawn more and more to studying history—specifically church history. The history of Christianity is so rich and so fascinating—whether we’re looking at the shining moments of spectacular faith, or the worst gaffes of the Reformers and their persecutors, there is much to be gained by studying it.