Dane Ortlund on Intercession

Over the past several months there have been many posts on Twitter about Crossway's recently released book titled "Gentle and Lowly" which was written by Dane Ortlund. I hesitated believing the hype for a couple of weeks until I finally decided to order the book, begin reading it, and see if the words of the... Continue Reading →

2,213 Days of Seminary

2,213. This is how many days went by from my very first class at Southern Seminary to the date my last assignment was due for my Master of Divinity degree. I started seminary with a systematic theology class at an extension center near Baltimore and ended with an online class about family ministry. When I... Continue Reading →

Donald Whitney on Selecting a Book to Read

There are MILLIONS of books available for you and I to read. These books serve different purposes: education, recreation, etc. How can we decide which books are most helpful to read? Well, the answer to this would be complex. However, Don Whitney has a helpful thought in his book titled Spiritual Disciplines for the Christian... Continue Reading →

Roark & Cline on Biblical Theology

Theology involves people studying and learning about God. In one essence, as RC Sproul wisely titled one of his books, everyone is a theologian. Even those who reject God have learned about him and have made decisions based off of what they believe about him. How would you describe your theology? Hopefully it is based... Continue Reading →

Welcome to Student Ministry with Zach Cochran

The goal of "Welcome to Student Ministry" is to post interviews that help guide both new and experienced student pastors toward faithful ministry over many years. This tenth interview in this series is with Zach Cochran. Zach serves as the pastor of student ministry at College Park Church in Indianapolis! Tell our readers some background... Continue Reading →

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