The Work of the Pastor

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By Darryl Dash I love learning from old, faithful pastors. We’re often drawn to the young and charismatic. I’m learning we need the veterans who served and finished well. William Still was such a pastor. He served for forty years (1945 until shortly before his death in 1997) in Gilcomston South Church in Aberdeen, Scotland. Still gave five lectures on pastoral ministry in 1964 and 1965, which became the basis for his book The Work of the Pastor. Still has a…

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God’s Perspective While Strolling by the Sea (Part 1)

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I will be sharing with you over the next 3 weeks blogs that one of our pastor’s wives here at the ministry wrote and I believe they will be an encouragement to you. A few years ago, our area experienced a direct hit by a hurricane. This event coincided with our planned week for a beach vacation. Once power had been restored both in our home and at the resort, we headed towards our vacation spot a few days into…

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See Yourself Through God’s Love for You

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By Josh Reich One of my biggest struggles and I don’t think I’m alone in this is experiencing and believing God’s love for me. And yet… One of the strongest and clearest messages throughout the Bible is God’s love for us. We are reminded that God doesn’t forget us (even though many of us feel forgotten), that God is close to us (also though He often feels far away), and that not only has He created us in His image but He knows us, and…

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Kingdom Woman

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I love when generations can conspire to work together in unity and clarity of vision to create a work of value to those that take the time to investigate the creation brought forth by the dual effort. Tony Evans and his daughter Chrystal have done just this in their book Kingdom Woman. They have worked together on each chapter giving voice to their own unique style of thought and word to create a dialog for us to listen in on….

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A Truly Good Thanksgiving

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By Daniel Henderson Thanksgiving is a day when Americans, some of whom seldom reflect on God’s goodness, take time to consider the source of their blessings in this life. Truly, pausing to express gratitude is ultimately a recognition of the goodness of God. Yet, many of us fail to understand the real nature of God’s goodness. In fact, in the next few days, tune in to the common and often confusing use of the word “good” as it is employed…

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