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Book Review: Progress in the Pulpit by Jerry Vines & Jim Shaddix

Book Review: Progress in the Pulpit by Jerry Vines & Jim Shaddix

Progress in the Pulpit is the much anticipated sequel to the popular and brilliant Power in the Pulpit. While Power in the Pulpit was essentially a book on how to preach expositionally, Progress in the Pulpit is about becoming improving one’s sermon practices and becoming more efficient in that preaching…

Profiles: Jared C. Wilson

Profiles: Jared C. Wilson

Our last profile in our series of active Christian writers is Jared C. Wilson. Jared C. Wilson is one of the most genuine voices in Christian writing today. He was a pastor for many years but has recently transitioned to being the Director of Content Strategy at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Missouri. He is also the Managing Editor at For the Church, a ministry of Midwestern dedicated to producing Gospel driven resources…

Profiles: Tim Keller

Profiles: Tim Keller

Our second to last profile on a living Christian leader is on Tim Keller. Keller is perhaps the most well-known in our series and for good reason. In 1989, Keller planted Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Manhattan which now has a weekly attendance of over 5,000 people. This figure alone is incredibly impressive when one understands just how unchurched the residents of Manhattan have been historically. Tim Keller is also one of the founders of the Gospel Coalition…

Profiles: Kevin DeYoung

Profiles: Kevin DeYoung

Today I want to introduce you to a man who is perhaps the youngest who will be in this series, but has had one of the most successful writing careers over the last decade. Kevin DeYoung has been the pastor of University Reformed Church in Lansing, MI, for the last 15 years and will soon be transitioning to take the pastorate at Christ Covenant Church in Matthews, NC, while also becoming the Assistant Professor of Systematic Theology at Reformed Theological Seminary…

A Canadian Controversy: Franklin Graham

A Canadian Controversy: Franklin Graham

I’m not a fan of drama. As a quiet and introverted guy, I have always hated when I am sucked into a dramatic situation. You know those situations, right? Those situations where people get at each others’ throats for some reason or another. I despise those moments. Sometimes those dramatic moments are necessary in order to confront an idea or person, but most of the time they are completely unfounded, there’s no reason for the argument to happen at all. We call these dramatic moments controversies. And one just happened last week in Vancouver B.C…