By Glenn Packiam on Nov 5, 2016
Bear with me as I think out loud - I’m trying to do some theological reflection on Christian political engagement.
By Trevin Wax on Jun 1, 2022
Everything gets politicized these days. It’s never been easier for churches to also get caught up in waves of political enthusiasm and social activism.
By Sermoncentral on Oct 31, 2016
I’m not a politician. I learned from a great example in Pastor Rick Warren, who said, “If I thought politics could save the world, I wouldn’t have become a pastor.”
By Shane Grant on Sep 9, 2021
Biblical preaching does not seek to influence the modern world but wants to move people to a different world, a world that is unavailable to them without preaching.
By Daniel Darling on Oct 26, 2020
To cut and paste partisan talking points or to substitute consistent exegesis with sample "election season" sermons is spiritual malpractice.
By Carol Pipes on Oct 24, 2020
According to LifeWay research, the vast majority of pastors stay away from this sensitive area.
By Sermoncentral on Aug 28, 2019
Karl Vaters: "Preachers need to take our cue from God's Word, not the current obsession of the 24-hour news cycle."
By Eric Reed on Feb 22, 2018
When natural disasters, terrorist attacks, celebrity deaths, and political intrigue dominate the news, should pastors talk about them? And if so, how?
By Patrick Johnstone on Mar 25, 2021
The headlines may have calmed down for a while, but the tragedy remains. Millions of people are on the move worldwide, many of them displaced people fleeing war, violence, religious persecution, economic poverty, or political chaos.
By Lance Witt on Jan 3, 2022
Every single week people walk into your church and for the most part they seem to have it together. They make small talk, they dress appropriately, they participate congenially, they listen politely, and at the end of the service they file out quietly.