Wield the Sword - Pastoral Courage in Perilous Times

Wield the Sword - Pastoral Courage in Perilous Times

2 Episodes

We have confessed the Bible as inerrant. We have held the Bible to be sufficient. We have spoken of the authority of Scripture. But we have not wielded that Word right here in the world God made.

The inerrant Word sits encased in glass on the mantel, well-lit and plenty sharp. But it is time for pastors to lay hold of that sword and employ it in the battle as God commands. Doing so is costly. Doing so hurts. Doing so is dangerous. And courage is required.

The sons of Isachar lived in tumultuous times. They knew two things. They
understood the times and they knew what Israel ought to do (1 Chronicles 12:32). We’re convinced that a coming generation of pastors and Christians need to know the times, and they need to know how to “do the word.” In a phrase, they need to wield the sword.

Founders Ministries is now producing a series called Wield The Sword: Pastoral Courage In Perilous Times. It is a call to arms. By God’s grace we hope to encourage and equip pastors and Christians to take up the sword of the Spirit and wield it with courage.

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    Episode 2

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