Resources on Ministry

Reaching the world with the gospel requires us to understand the world around us, doesn’t it? We study statistics, chat with our colleagues and watch the world work. Understanding the cultural makeup and behavioral tendencies of those around us helps... Continue...

Today’s question is how do pastors handle politics from the pulpit without communicating too much trust in Washington? Well, I think the first step is standing up and making sure that your people recognize that the things that they are... Continue...

QUESTION: To help the pastors in the room think through when they are dealing with the topic of divorce and remarriage in their churches, what are some framework principles that they can have in terms of whom they should marry, whom... Continue...

Well, I think, Jesus says be faithful in small things, and you will be given authority over greater things—I think that is ultimately eschatological. All of us are doing small things in various ways right now—faithful to that so that... Continue...

One of the things that I hope to see us change is there are some people for instance who will address abortion when it is Sanctity of Human Life Day. They will address some of these issues, but they will... Continue...

Hello, I’m Russell Moore, president of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, and you are listening to Questions and Ethics. This is the program where we take a question that you are struggling with and look at it through the... Continue...

D. A. Carson’s concern that conservative evangelicals may displace the gospel without disowning it, as stated in his book The Cross and Christian Ministry, is particularly applicable to expository preaching. If a preacher exposits, verse-by-verse, books of the Bible focusing... Continue...

Hello, this is Russell Moore, and this is Questions & Ethics sponsored by the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention. I am here in our Washington offices, Leland House. On this program, every time, we come back... Continue...

A federal judge recently ruled that an Internal Revenue Service exemption that gives clergy tax-free housing allowances is unconstitutional. In her ruling U.S. District Court Judge Crabb claims that, “Some might view a rule against preferential treatment as exhibiting hostility... Continue...

Russell D. Moore of the ERLC and Paige Patterson of SWBTS discuss regenerate church membership and how the Church today compares to the one in Acts. Continue...