The term “pastor” (Greek, poimen, literally means ‘shepherd’) refers to the function and responsibilities carried out by a spiritually gifted believer in the position of an elder who oversees the congregation in the New Testament.1 A pastor is a minister who is responsible for the care and guidance of a Christian congregation.2 They are leaders…Continue reading Can Women Serve as Pastors?
Do you remember the invitation made by the preacher during the altar call? At the end of his sermon, you will hear soft music played by the keyboardist or a choir that slowly touches someone’s emotion, helping that person to focus on what the preacher was saying about the need to believe in Jesus Christ…Continue reading The Anxious Seat: Is Altar Call Invitation Unbiblical?
During the early church days, the believers are challenged with physical gatherings because the Roman government prohibits them. Once they are seen together, they are thrown into prison and even fed to the lions. However, this did not stop them for they still physically gather anyway but with caution. This is where the fish and…Continue reading The Case for A Physical Church Service In A Covid-19 Era