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Patience, Determination & Humiliation

I’m sure there are things worse than public humiliation; give me a while and I’ll remember what some of them are. Continue reading

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The Power of Surrender

A pastor’s example of humility and confession leads others to a place of blessing. Continue reading

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Something’s Up

When a congregation begins to repent and confess its sins and submit to God, it becomes a changed church. This is called revival. Continue reading

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A Leading to Service–Part II

Certainly, I have my ego and my confidence, my mistakes and my selective boldness, but one thing I’ve never had was such a clear sense that I needed to step up and take charge and truly lead a congregation. Continue reading

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Hitchin’ Post

It used to be pretty routine for me, officiating weddings for people I didn’t know. Part of the job, goes with the territory, that’s what ministers do, etc. I’d guess that over half of the weddings I’ve done since 1975 were for people I’d never even met until they decided they wanted a legal union. Continue reading

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