Glen Scrivener offers a theology of preaching: Christ must be proclaimed biblically.
Mark Dever writes that all Christians are called to speak about Christ – not only the 'professionals'.
Martin Ayers gives advice, food for thought, and suggested further reading for helping those struggling with doubt.
Phil Hill helps us to think through the crucial elements of Christian ministry: leadership, pastoral care, and public worship.
John Newton's advice to a young friend considering Christian ministry is as wise and useful today as in 1756.
Nathan Fellingham and David Fellingham help us think about music, singing, worship, and the Trinity.
Jeremy Walker picks out nine qualities to nurture as we speak about Christ to friends and family who don't yet believe.
Dan Hames quizzes Mike Reeves about 'Why the Reformation Still Matters', his book co-authored with Tim Chester.
Emma Scrivener chats to Dan Hames about her book, 'A New Day', considering mental health, the Church, and the gospel.
Stephen Nichols looks at the significance of the power of the Word of God in Josiah's reforms in 2 Kings 22, stopping to look at the Reformation, the evangelical revival, and more.