Why My Church Does Business Meetings

A good friend of mine who grew up in the Catholic Church attended her first Protestant service on a Wednesday night at my church. Thinking back, I remember when she entered the church and sat down on a pew next to her boyfriend. As I introduced myself, I learned that she had extremely limited experience... Continue Reading →

Three Things Church Membership Means

Writing to perhaps the most troubled of the New Testament churches, Paul said: “I appeal to you, brothers and sisters, in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, that all of you agree with one another in what you say and that there be no divisions among you, but that you be perfectly united in... Continue Reading →

The Bases of the Lord’s Supper

It goes by at least three different names: Communion, the Eucharist, and the Lord’s Supper. Along with the names comes a great variety of ways to understand what exactly the Lord’s Supper means, how it should be celebrated, and who should participate. The differences notwithstanding, the Lord’s Supper ties Christians of all different stripes to... Continue Reading →

The Role of the Pastor’s Wife

A pastor’s wife is one of the hardest roles to occupy in a church. These ladies don’t technically have a position: There’s no job description for being the pastor’s wife, and she doesn’t directly receive a paycheck. However, make no mistakes about it, there are expectations: More than a few churches expect the pastor’s wife... Continue Reading →

Does Your Pastor Have an Office or a Study?

Words are important: Often times, the words we use reveal much about what we believe. For example, when a person calls the book of Revelation “Revelations,” I cringe. The reason is that adding the “s,” though it seems small, implies that we believe there are multiple revelations in the book of Revelation. Without the “s,”... Continue Reading →

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