All Resources on Biblical Eldership
Kevin DeYoung addresses biblical eldership
The church gets its greatest spiritual advantage when its elders are leading with joy.
John Piper explains how a wife can honor biblical eldership and still honor her husband, even if he is not yet qualified.
John Piper says that maturity, not a certain age, is what to look for in elders.
John Piper says that a bad reputation has to be warranted for it to count against a potential pastor.
John Piper argues that good family management doesn't equal perfect outcomes.
John Piper says that a father is reflected in his child's behavior.
An exegetical study of the role and responsiblities of Christ's undershepherds.
A deacon is an office in the church with a special focus on practical and more material needs.
Congregational authority and strong leadership under that authority are not incompatible. They are biblical, and they are vital.
Elders must lead the church in times of blessing and of refinement.
Being responsible parents is a serious business. Far more serious than most of us think.
There were two ongoing offices in the NT church for the management and care of the church: elders and deacons.
John Piper poetically commemorates a partner in ministry.