Pastors, We are not the Hope of the Church

I just came home from the 60th annual gathering of pastors and leaders of the Luzon Convention of Southern Baptist Churches, and I am forcing myself to reflect on what I have seen. I want to be able to say that the Luzon Convention is in good shape, but that would be dishonest. I want... Continue Reading →

“Pastors, We’re Still a Bit of a Mess”

Pastors, we're still a bit of a mess. We're all at times very poor examples of the truths we teach. We all have the dark ability to expound a passage that lauds God's grace yet be a husband or father of ungrace in the car on the way home. You can lead a men's ministry... Continue Reading →

When Pastors Sin: Reflections on Tullian Tchividjian

It was the year 2010 when I was swept into the gospel-centered movement -- a bit too late for my liking, but God has his reasons for this. After the iDISCIPLE Camp of 2010, I immediately began to consume a lot of Gospel-centered content -- preachings by John Piper, articles by Tim Keller, all those... Continue Reading →

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