Resources for Shepherds

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Do we all just need a change of scenery?


Certain psychologists suggest we should give up the pursuit of happiness.


Without having to love the artist?


Is it good-bye and good riddance for a venerable institution?


C. S. Lewis reminds us.


Our forebears in the faith can help us make the most of a bad situation.


We all need more of it.

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We need more polymaths in all kinds of fields, including the ministry.


David Bromwich’s rich study can help us improve our use of words.


It’s a goal within our reach.


Creativity is a uniquely human attribute, reflecting the nature and purposes of God.


Has culture become a took in the kit of a narcissistic elite?

Terry Eagleton's book, Culture, provides valuable insight to the nature of culture and the role it performs in hum...

It’s always God’s time.


Stephen Lawhead’s fiction can enlarge your Kingdom perspective.

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The Lord’s house is to be a house of prayer for all nations.


Is this what we expect of ourselves and one another?


What's your focus in ministry?


A prerequisite for coming to and growing in the Lord.


How can trials and difficulties help me to focus on my future hope?


Striving and straining for the weight of glory is the best workout you can have.


Is prophecy the native language of the saints?

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Questions & Conversations

How do you prepare your leaders for a shepherding model of disciple-making?


Governments are given by God for our good. What is our role in this, and how should churches prepare their members?


Would you be interested in joining an online reading group?

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The Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society. Best source for sound Biblical and theological studies and reviews of newest theology books and commentaries. Quarterly.

Discusses the various ways Christianity plays out in social and cultural arenas for restoration and renewal. Comment is issued quarterly.

Excellent source for keeping up with Christian work and interpretation in the field of the arts. Image is published quarterly.

Christian Scholar’s Review
Quarterly journal featuring in-depth examinations of Christian worldview topics. CSR is an excellent source of reviews for new books on worldview issues.

The Hedgehog Review
Quarterly from the University of Virginia containing articles, reviews, and conversations on issues of contemporary culture and society. While not specifically Christian, Hedgehog Review features many fine Christian writers and thinkers.

A quarterly journal offering Christian insights to a wide range of social, cultural, and spiritual concerns. Sign up for their email or subscribe for the print journal.

Websites, Podcasts, Apps

Arts & Letters Daily
An excellent source for following contemporary thought and culture.

The Society of Classical Poets
Poetry the way you remember and prefer it.

The Exchange
Ed Stetzer’s always helpful insights on the life of faith.

Daily Dose of Hebrew/Greek
Keep your language skills sharp with these brief daily videos.

The Denison Forum
Jim Denison offers daily insights to contemporary issues and concerns from a Biblical perspective. Visit The Denison Forum and sign-up for his daily letter.

The Institute for Faith and Freedom
The Institute for Faith and Freedom is sponsored by Grove City College and offers helpful perspectives from within a Biblical worldview concerning matters of contemporary faith and life.

Men At Prayer

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