On Feb. 26th, Tim Keller, senior pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City, announced that he will be stepping down from the pulpit. Keller was the founding pastor of Redeemer in 1989. Over the ...
“I will move into teaching and mentoring leaders for urban ministry. This role is crucial going forward because the greatest shortage and need is leaders, not just money.”Read the Article
Drawing on her own experience of the loss of two children as well as responses from people who participated in her survey about grief, Guthrie pulls back the curtain and helps readers think about how they can show love and support to someone who is mourning.Read the Article
While grief is different for a pastor in certain respects, ultimately, congregations can love their pastors through times of loss with simple words — “I am sorry for your loss. I am praying for you. I care.”Read the Article
Though our founding heroes were flawed men, they were used by God to forge a continuing church that preserved much of American Presbyterianism’s best, those very things that attracted me at the start.Read the Article
What if there was a way for men and women to stay in their local church and get a virtual seminary education while being mentored and getting real-world ministry experience?Read the Article