Self-Care for Leaders Who are Barely Holding On

It's OK not to have all the answers right now. We know the one who does have all the answers.

Becoming a Confident Leader

Overcome your insecurities to increase your leadership confidence.

Letters to a Young Pastor

Timothy Conversations Between Father and Son (NavPress)

From Father to Son: The First Letter From Eugene to Eric Peterson

Excerpted FromLetters to a Young PastorBy Eric Peterson and Eugene Peterson Dear Eric, I can’t tell you how pleased I’ve been since you suggested that I write these letters...

Stephen Witmer: Big Gospel, Small Places—Part 1

Ministering in small towns is neither idyllic nor dull. It is real life.

Stephen Witmer: A Vision for Small-Town Ministry—Part 2

We should want bigger and faster more and need it less.

The Path to Your Platform

Excerpted FromThe Leader in YouBy Ebony S. Small Have you ever wrestle with the following questions? What have I been put on earth to do?What am I passionate about?What...

The Joy and Crown of Pastoral Ministry

Excerpted FromBefore We ForgetEdited by Jonathon Woodyard and Nathan Millican First Thessalonians 1–3 is a passage that touches on the joys of pastoral ministry. Paul finds joy and...

Sally Brown: Preaching to Shape Daring Witness

Sunday’s Sermon for Monday’s World (Eerdmans)

Being Christian in Public

Excerpted FromSunday’s Sermon for Monday’s WorldBy Sally Brown One visionary, creative action by one person can reverberate around the world. On a Thursday evening, December 1, 1955, Rosa Parks—an...