The November issue of Tabletalk considers the biblical teaching on leadership. Our nature as human beings is to seek out leaders to set a course for us and direct us in accomplishing things, and as Christians we are designed to seek leaders who will motivate us to do excellently for the sake of the kingdom of God. Yet in the workplace, the church, and the home, good leaders are often scarce. Further, we see leaders fail, and we often resist following our appointed leaders. These problems indicate that while we know we need leaders and that many of us should become leaders, we have a deficient understanding of what godly leadership actually is. This issue examines the biblical concept of leadership so as to help equip believers to be better leaders and followers in the various spheres of life.
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- Faithful Servants by Burk Parsons
- The Eternal Love of God by R.C. Sproul
- Following Leaders by Harry Reeder
- Becoming a Titus 2 Woman by Susan Hunt
- The Danger of Gossip by Jared Wilson
- Globalization and the Christian Mission by Albert Mohler
- William Chalmers Burns by Sinclair Ferguson
- Leading with Conviction by Albert Mohler
- Leaders in the Church by Derek Thomas
- Leaders in the Home by Tim Witmer
- Leading for the Glory of God by Chris Larson
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Here's a preview of what's coming up in Tabletalk over the coming months:
The December issue will consider various aspects of the tabernacle/temple, and consider what it tells us about Christ, the church, and salvation.
The January issue will provide an overview of the biblical teaching on the fear of God, reminding readers why they should fear Him and what the fear of the Lord looks like in our lives.
The February issue will seek to help ordinary Christians become better theologians by examining various aspects of what it means to do theology faithfully.
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