Resources for Church Leaders

Below you will find a variety of resources intended for church leaders.

Upcoming Seminars and Workshops

Spring Preaching Workshop Dr. Randy Pelton

Preach the Text or Preach Christ? Yes.

On Tuesday, April 26, 2016 from 1-4 pm, Dr. Randal Pelton will be conducting our Spring preaching workshop in Lancaster aimed at showing how to preach both the text and Christ and why it’s important to preach both in every sermon. Yes, every sermon, from every text. Preachers often feel conflicted between those two options as if they are at odds with each other. This workshop centers around the exposition of the notoriously difficult Old Testament narrative found in Judges 11, often referred to as “Jephthah’s Tragic Vow.” We will spend the afternoon trying to understand what that narrative means, how to preach Christ in it, and what happens if we decide not to. The approach will transfer to other Old and New Testament narratives. Since 2003 Dr. Pelton has been the Senior Pastor of Calvary Bible Church in Mount Joy, PA. He is the author of Preaching With Accuracy (Kregel, 2014), blogs at peltononpreaching.com, teaches Advanced Homiletics at LBC/Capital Seminary’s Lancaster, Greenbelt, MD, and Springfield, VA locations, and D.Min. preaching tracks at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. Click the title to register.

Articles & Blogs

Websites

  1. Project Renovation is a community of Christian youth workers that gathers together for the purpose of soul care and healthy resourcing. Our passion is to invest in the lives of current and future student ministry leaders.
    www.projectrenovation.org   |  www.projectrenovation.org/blog

Blogs

  1. Dr. Thomas Hudgins, Assistant Professor at Lancaster Bible College
    www.thomashudgins.com
  2. Dr. Randy Pelton, adjunct faculty at Lancaster Bible College
    peltononpreaching.com
  3. Dr. Angie Ward, adjunct faculty at Lancaster Bible College
    angieward.net
  4. Dr. Mark Eckel, adjunct faculty at Lancaster Bible College
    warpandwoof.org
    Shepherding: A Biblical Motif for Leadership