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(M.Div., The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary) Matt is associate editor for The Gospel Coalition. He and his wife Maghan have two children and live in Louisville, Kentucky, where they belong to Third Avenue Baptist Church. You can follow him on Twitter.
Two pastors and a businessman discuss whether it's really necessary for every pastor to get a sabbatical.
As we prepare our hearts once again for Easter season, may we marvel anew at the King who, for the joy set before him, stumbled to Calvary's throne.
As followers of the risen Messiah, how do we read the Old Testament and anticipate Christ in a responsible way?
God doesn't owe us success. But we owe God our best effort at achieving success, and hope will not put us to shame.
The mandatory happiness we require inside the church often perpetuates the pain people feel.
Reading commentaries will not necessarily turn you into a good exegete: that requires more focused reading of the text itself.
To recognize that you actually need the gospel you preach is a wonderfully healthy thing.
How can full-time ministers and lay elders live and work together in harmony?
Fifty years after his first arrival among the Sawi people, 'Peace Child' author Don Richardson returns to reunite with the tribe. Does a gospel church still remain?