Weekend reads for leaders and preachers.

  1. Ten Questions for Pastors and Polemics— DeYoung provides some helpful questions to consider before firing off a response to the latest controversial blog. (The Gospel Coalition)
  2. Adoption Is for All God’s People — “Stop doing evil. Learn to do what is good. Pursue justice. Correct the oppressor. Defend the rights of the fatherless. Plead the widow’s cause.” Isaiah 1:16–17 (The Village Church)
  3. The One Homiletics Book Every Preacher Should Own: Part 1 — “The preacher is bound to the Word of God written.” (Preaching Source)
  4. Your Job Matters to God — Every leader should say, “I want every day of my life to count for the Lord.” (Bob Russell)
  5. “Will You Pray for Me?” — Here are some ways you can and should pray for your pastor. (The Expositors Blog)
  6. “I Was Wrong” vs “I Made a Mistake” — “Leaders must recognize the enormous differences between the two if they are to protect their integrity and their character.” (Scott Cochrane)

Originally published at Dan Dumas.

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