How ought pastors teach on the beauty of complementarity? Ligon Duncan gives 8 ways. “You have to teach and preach on these issues. If you fail to address this with an ordinary diet of pastoral ministry in the local congregation, we lose on this issue.” Watch the video above for more.
From our 2016 Conference, Jackie Hill-Perry shares her journey from lesbianism to complementarianism.
“If your marriage is going to make God look glorious, you must be more satisfied in God than in marriage.” John Piper, speaking on the glory of God in marriage at the 2016 CBMW T4G Pre-Conference, reminded husbands and wives that if their marriages are to flourish, their marriages must be a subordinate end to...Read
At this year’s CBMW 2016 Pre-Conference, H. B. Charles Jr. shared on the “Spiritual Power of a Godly Man.” In examining Agur’s prayer in Proverbs 30:7-9, Charles’ message was simple: we ought to pray with humble submission for spiritual priorities. “This is a weak man praying for dependence upon God in every sphere of his...Read
Below you will find the media for the 2016 CBMW T4G Pre-Conference, “The Beauty of Complementarity.” ————— DAY 1: Grant Castleberry, Complementarity and the Honor of God Jason Allen, Complementarity and the Disappearance of Men Thomas White, Complementarity and the Call to Purity Jackie Hill-Perry, Testimony: My Journey Out of Lesbianism to Complementarianism Gavin Peacock, Complementarity and the Beauty of...Read
By Owen Strachan We recently held our first CBMW National Conference in conjunction with the 2014 Together for the Gospel conference. We wanted to present an event that would be gospel-focused, positive, and exciting. These were our starting points, but we honestly didn’t know what to expect. We thought that we might have 500 people....Read