Category: Congregational Life and Ministry

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Finishing With A Kick

Paul spoke the words of 2 Timothy 4:7 as he sat in a Roman jail, knowing that he was soon to be martyred for the faith. You sense the incredible relief in his spirit as he says, “I have fought the good fight. I…

What Should I Tackle Next?

Post by @revheadpin. Source: What Should I Tackle Next?

Start Seeing Hurting People

I am guessing you too have noticed the bumper sticker reading, “Start Seeing Motorcycles.” Well, that is working. I am really noticing them more, I can’t help seeing one and thinking of that bumper sticker. So it caused me to think maybe I should…

Transition: Your First 100 Days

Source: Your First 100 Days as Shepherd

You Pick Next Weeks Topics

Please Pass the Salt

“You are the salt of the earth, but if salt should lose its taste, how shall its saltiness be restored?” Mt. 5 13 Ever hear about salt and interviews? When making a major hire, you take the prospective candidate for dinner. Then watch to…

Is God Calling Me To Serve Here?

When a pastor receives a call to a congregation, the deliberation process begins. It is an exciting, yet stressful time for the pastor, his family, his current congregation, and the calling group. I have been asked many times as the person who serves as…

What Are Appropriate Pastoral Interview Questions?

Asking pastoral interview questions that reveal their God-given capabilities.

Remembering A Strong-willed Woman

    My mother, Elma Haney was a proud and very strong will woman. Strong-willed is a kind nice way of saying whatever was on her mind, she would share with you. Now if you asked for that option that was your own fault….

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