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by Brian Brodersen - 5 days ago

Best of Series: Cheryl Brodersen on the Role of a Pastor's Wife

On this “Best Of” series, Cheryl Brodersen joins Pastor Brian Brodersen in a discussion on the role of pastor’s wife. Cheryl addresses terms like “identity” versus “role,” and shares some encouraging thoughts for women and men. Enjoy this special highlight from Things That Matter!

by Brian Brodersen - 5 days ago

Best of Series: Cheryl Brodersen on the Role of a Pastor's Wife

On this “Best Of” series, Cheryl Brodersen joins Pastor Brian Brodersen in a discussion on the role of pastor’s wife. Cheryl addresses terms like “identity” versus “role,” and shares some encouraging thoughts for women and men. Enjoy this special highlight from “Things That Matter!”

by Brian Brodersen - 2 weeks ago

Best of Series: David Guzik on Bible Study,

Enjoy this episode of “Things That Matter” as Pastor David Guzik talks with Pastor Brian Brodersen on Bible exposition, studying the scriptures and Bible commentaries. David and Brian encourage both pastors/Bible teachers, and by extension all believers, to simply keep digging into the Word and delight in it as Psalm 119 proclaims. Enjoy David’s commentary and other resources at enduringword.com.

by Brian Brodersen - 2 weeks ago

Best of Series: David Guzik on Bible Study

Enjoy this episode of “Things That Matter” as Pastor David Guzik talks with Pastor Brian Brodersen on Bible exposition, studying the scriptures and Bible commentaries. David and Brian encourage both pastors/Bible teachers, and by extension all believers, to simply keep digging into the Word and delight in it as Psalm 119 proclaims. Enjoy David’s commentary and other resources at enduringword.com.

by Brian Brodersen - 1 month ago

Best of Series: Rick Warren & the Controversies Surrounding His Life & Ministry

Join us on this “Best of Series” as we highlight key episodes from “Things That Matter.” Pastor Rick Warren of Saddleback Church addresses the controversies that have surrounded his life and ministry such as “Chrislam,” his involvement with the “New Age,” as well as the misconceptions circling His own personal faith in Jesus!

by Brian Brodersen - 2 months ago

"The Powers of Darkness & the People of God"

We live in a world which is influenced and partially controlled by powerful, malignant spirit beings. The purpose of these forces of spiritual darkness is to resist the advancement of God’s kingdom, both in the world and in people’s lives. In recent years, there has been a heightened interest in the unseen reality of evil. Because of this, Pastor Brian Brodersen updated his book Spiritual Warfare and gave ...

by Brian Brodersen - 2 months ago

Things That Matter: Faith & Prayer as a Pastor

Pastors Brian Brodersen, John Hwang and Richard Cimino conclude their pastoral series with a discussion on the power and importance of prayer, and the place for faith in the pastor’s life. Thanks for joining this miniseries on pastoral ministry. Stay tune for more “Things That Matter!”

by Brian Brodersen - 3 months ago

Things That Matter: The Pastor as a Leader

In this pastoral series with pastors Brian Brodersen, Richard Cimino and John Hwang, we have been breaking down the role of a pastor. Today we focus on the pastor as a leader. How is leadership defined in ministry? Brian, Richard and John share key points on this episode of “Things That Matter.”

by Brian Brodersen - 4 months ago

Things That Matter: The Pastor as a Contender

Today’s culture presents a uniquely intense time to contend for the faith. Pastors Brian Brodersen, Richard Cimino and John Hwang engage in discussion for how pastoral leaders can be properly equipped (and equip their congregation), in order to defend the faith. “But sanctify the Lord God in your hearts, and always be ready to give a defense…” (1 Peter 3:15)

by Brian Brodersen - 4 months ago

The War on Beth Moore: What Really Shapes Our View of Women Bible Teachers?

A few years ago, I ran afoul of some pastors in my tribe for allowing a woman to teach to an audience of both women and men. According to these men, I was in clear violation of Scripture by allowing such a thing. The context where all this occurred makes it even more interesting. It wasn’t at a church service but rather at a music and Bible festival that I’m involved with annually. For years, we held tea...