Paul Tautges's articles

  1. Evangelical
There are two equally dangerous extremes that local congregations may fall into as they relate to criticism. The first is a culture of criticism where nearly everything and everyone is viewed with suspicion and negativity. Self-righteous criticism becomes the defining character trait of the church. The second is an uncritical culture where no one dares […]
  1. Evangelical
Gary Chapman’s Five Love Languages has sold over 13 million copies over the past thirty years, making it one of the most popular Christianized self-help books ever. But how biblical is its message? How consistent is its counsel with the message of the cross and Jesus’s call to self-denial? Over the years, I’ve counseled and […]
  1. Evangelical
Here is the Introduction to my newest book, When Disability Hits Home: How God Magnifies His Grace In Our Weakness and Suffering, with contributions of Joni Eareckson Tada. The idea for this book was conceived in April 2011 at The Gospel Coalition conference in Chicago, during two conversations that could only have been providentially arranged […]
  1. Evangelical
It’s been more than three years in the making and, therefore, I am thrilled to introduce to you a brand new resource. Nothing like it has ever been published before! It’s the Family Disability Toolkit from Shepherd Press and Joni & Friends International Disability Ministry. In December 2017, about sixty biblical counseling leaders met in […]
  1. Evangelical
Last month, one of the books I read is Pastors and Their Critics: A Guide to Coping with Criticism in Ministry by Joel Beeke and Nick Thompson. This book ministered to me personally, encouraging me to remember the biblical pattern of criticism, reminding me of times when I responded properly, and convicted me about times […]

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