In this week's president's blog, Dr. Iorg recognizes the incredible work of countless ministers' wives in anticipation of their luncheon at the SBC annual meeting.
Dr. Hopkins gives an overview of the historical development of the Armenian Christian population in Iran throughout the years and explains the significance of their presence in the country.
Many ministers grappled with the dilemma of how to build needed community when God's people could not gather during the days of COVID-19 lockdown. In response, Gateway faculty felt compelled to create helpful, instructive, and encouraging resources for the dispersed church.
Protests erupted against systemic racism and police brutality in the aftermath of George Floyd's controversial death. Joshua Navarro, a first-generation Filipino immigrant, reflects on his experience on race in the US.
Christian ministry is a lifelong endeavor. Dr. Jonathan Jarboe shares five principles that are fundamental for producing exponential results in a long-lasting ministry.
Churches faced adversity during the coronavirus lockdowns, and many tried various strategies to survive. Pastor Brian Simms at CrossPointe Church was not afraid to make any necessary changes and ended up yielding unexpected growth.
God not only creates the church but sustains it by his power. Dr. Iorg reminds Christians to reflect on God's providence throughout church history in light of its current struggles.
According to a recent Barna study on evangelism, most Christians seem to share a common view that evangelism is not a requirement of every disciple. Dr. Iorg recommends an effective biblical way of changing this image of evangelism.
The libraries of leaders must include biographies. Dr. Iorg reflects upon his own personal and professional growth by reading this literary genre.