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I am not a novel reader by practice, but I know it’d be good for my soul. So, in an effort to cultivate, I recently picked up a book that a good friend, lover of literature, fantastic wife/mommy, and gifted … Continue reading
God Actually Spoke to Me. A story of a man who heard the voice of God. Mizzou & a More Excellent Way. An amazing story demonstrating the power of the gospel and the hope of true reconciliation. “This gentleman started … Continue reading
I came across this little gem in my reading today and thought it was important enough to share with all my brothers and sister engaged in Christian ministry of any kind. Whatever ministry you find yourself in (whether children’s ministry, … Continue reading
There are lots of pastors who complain about the church, exploit the church, mislead the church, or betray the church, but few who do what Samuel Miller called his young seminarians to do at their graduation: Make sure, that, if … Continue reading
I was struck by the sweetness of Phil Newton’s word to young pastors (although applicable to old as well). May God fill His churches with pastors devoted to the good of the people and not their own gain. Phil Newton: … Continue reading
I don’t have an answer to the question posed in this post’s title, but someone else does! Here is one Christian’s unforgettable plan on how to help make sure their pastor is preparing for and preaching God’s Word with the seriousness and … Continue reading
Danny Akin recently has offered his reflections on the life and ministry of Adrian Rogers. In sharing various lessons he learned from Dr. Rogers, Akin gave a wonderful picture of Rogers’ care and compassion for those he ministered to. Dr. Rogers taught me how … Continue reading
Two days ago I spoke of three bad strategies I see parents take in shepherding their children. Today, I’d like to talk about three simple, but powerful, ways I have seen parents work to shepherd their children. As with most of life’s best practices, … Continue reading
As a youth pastor, I have seen a wide spectrum of parents and their unique parenting strategies. Some have been good. Some have been bad. Some have been down right ugly. Although I don’t have any kids of my own and, therefore, have no … Continue reading
Atheistic Morality. A brilliant display of what atheistic morality naturally looks like. Amy Hall sums it up well, “There is no “just as moral” here; we’re differently moral.” Ferguson Analysis. Justin Taylor offers a helpful look at the Ferguson controversy. “One … Continue reading