12 Ways to Recognize Volunteers

Most of our churches would be in trouble were it not for volunteers who serve faithfully every week. “Volunteer” is probably not the best word, since legitimate church membership assumes a willingness to serve – but I think we still should recognize those who serve well.

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SEBTS M.Div. May Promo

At Southeastern, we asked, “What curriculum best prepares students to take the gospel to the nations and their neighbors today?”

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10 Reasons Anger is Often a Problem for Pastors

I admit it – I have a temper. I’m generally able in God’s grace to control it, and to my knowledge, few people have ever seen it displayed. I know, though, that I’m not the only pastor who deals with this issue.

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05/16/17 Do You Want to Get Well?

READING: 2 Kings 24-25, John 5:1-24 “Get up,” Jesus told him, “pick up your mat and walk!” John 5:8 It surely seemed like a strange question. The…

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What to Do if You’re on the Wrong Seat in the Bus

Last week, I posted, “10 Ways to Know if You’re on the Wrong Seat in the Bus.” Some of you graciously affirmed the post but then asked the follow up question, “What do I do now if I’m on the wrong seat?” Here’s my answer to that important question.

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05/15/17 With All My Being

READING: 2 Kings 22-23, John 4:31-54 “He did what was right in the Lord’s sight.” 2 Kings 22:2 It is almost hard to believe all Josiah…

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10 Leadership Thoughts to Remember

I could probably write this post for the rest of the day, simply because I have learned so much as a leader over the years (primarily because I had no idea what I was doing when I first took a leadership position, and I’m still learning today).

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05/14/17 Come, See a Man

READING: 2 Kings 19-21, John 4:1-30 “Come, see a man who told me everything I ever did!” John 4:29 I remember so many things that…

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