Why Pastors Must Develop More Relationships With Missionaries

http://chucklawless.com/2017/03/why-pastors-must-develop-more-relationships-with-missionaries/

Four Ways Bible Teachers Can Reflect Christ

http://unlockingthebible.org/four-ways-bible-teachers-reflect-christ/

4 Thoughts About People Who Walk Away From the Lord

http://thecripplegate.com/4-thoughts-about-people-who-walk-away-from-the-lord/

10 Things I look for in a church leader

http://chucklawless.com/2017/02/10-things-i-look-for-in-a-church-leader/

7 Reasons it’s harder to be a faithful church member today

http://chucklawless.com/2017/03/7-reasons-its-harder-to-be-a-faithful-church-member-today/

The Training Ground of Sound Doctrine

http://www.challies.com/articles/the-training-ground-of-sound-doctrine

I Wish Christians Would Argue More

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No, I’m not being sarcastic or saying this with an eye roll. I mean it.

I want Christians to argue more and fight less. To take it a step further, I’d even say that fighting less depends on our willingness to argue more and better.

Arguing in the Classic Sense

To be clear, I’m not using the word “argue” in the sense that the apostle Paul did, when he instructed the Philippian church to “do everything without grumbling and arguing” (Phil 2:15). I don’t say “argue” in the sense of being quarrelsome or irritable or “loving the fight” of aggressive words.

I use the word “argue” in its classic sense: the ability to make or counter an argument that depends on logic and reason. To meet one argument with another. To argue with someone, civilly and respectfully, toward the discovery of truth.

Arguing vs. Quarreling

Continue: https://blogs.thegospelcoalition.org/trevinwax/2017/02/27/i-wish-christians-would-argue-more/