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The Saturday Post(s)

A Letter to the Doctor Who Wanted to Terminate My Baby. “I came to you during the most difficult time in my life. I was terrified, anxious and in complete despair. I didn’t know the truth yet about my baby, … Continue reading

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Six Reminders for Listeners of Bad Sermons

I have heard a lot of bad sermons in my life. Also, I have preached a lot of bad sermons in my life. One of the worst experiences I know is listening to myself preach a bad sermon. Cursed recording … Continue reading

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Every Pastor Should Have This

What do you think are the most important qualities a pastor should have? Is it to be funny? Relevant? Engaging? Winsome? A nice dresser? Visionary? Whatever your list may end up looking like, I pray that the below quality makes … Continue reading

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Your Pastor is More Than a Podcast

Podcasts are great. I love Podcasts and benefit significantly from them. They make my long commutes to school or runs through my city way more enjoyable and edifying. Podcasts are super duper. A+. Wonderful. However, though great, Podcasts can be … Continue reading

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The Saturday Post(s)

How to Ensure Your Child Will End Up on the Bachelor. Looks like this is going to be a good series. “As I was watching the final episode. This thought came to me and I tweeted it ‘If any of … Continue reading

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Christianity Has Always Been An Organized Religion

If the Church is precious to Jesus, don’t you think He’d want to organize it? I believe the answer is yes and I believe the Scriptures teach that God has given us instructions in His Word about how the church … Continue reading

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Authority Gives Life

Far from being a curse, authority, if it is good authority, is a gift from God’s open hand. Mark Dever & Jonathan Leeman helpfully explain what good authority looks like: Good authority authors life. It creates and empowers and uplifts. … Continue reading

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