Tag Archives: Wisdom

The Subtle Danger of Mission Drift

As Christian leaders, we must daily commit ourselves to protecting and celebrating what matters most in the institutions God has entrusted to us.

Carson Explains What Makes a Good Commentary

Reading commentaries will not necessarily turn you into a good exegete: that requires more focused reading of the text itself.

What I Wish I'd Known: Reflections on Nearly 40 Years of Pastoral Ministry

Here are 10 things I wish I'd known going into pastoral ministry almost 40 years ago.

How Much Theology Should Couples Agree on Before They Get Married?

Three vital questions to consider before you decide to get married.

What Christians Should Know About Halloween

Halloween is an opportunity to mock the enemy whose power over us has been broken.

Listening to our Anabaptist Brethren

Three concerns our neo-Anabaptist friends raise that we'd do well to humbly and seriously consider.

Don't Pack Too Much in Your Sermons

Prayerful, thoughtful, and careful planning make for good sermons as well as good road trips.

If King Solomon Gave a Commencement Address

What would the world's wisest man say to the Class of 2013?

Parents, Do You Think Before You Post?

Do our comments and photos preserve our child's dignity or gratify our own adult sense of comedy?

Is the News Making Us Dumb?

How the dailyness of news makes us less informed and less wise.