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    Shepherd God’s Flock: Protecting God’s People

    Shepherd God's Flock: Protecting God's People

    One wolf in a sheep pen can ravage the whole flock. The same is true in the church. One false teacher in the congregation can cause untold damage. Therefore, as pastors, it is our job to protect the flock. Paul certainly knew this well. During his final charge to the pastors at the Ephesian church, […]

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    Links of the Week (10/21/17)

    Links of the Week

    Each Saturday we point you to the best preaching, leadership, and ministry content we have encountered on the internet during the week. Links of the Week 4 Practices to Become a Self-Aware Leader – Lead to Win Podcast – Michael Hyatt This was helpful. Definitely listen and subscribe! 7 Easy Steps For Disgraced Pastors To Get […]

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    Links of the Week (10/14/17)

    Links of the Week

    Each Saturday we point you to the best preaching, leadership, and ministry content we have encountered on the internet during the week. Links of the Week Seven Common Reasons Pastors Get Cold Feet – by Thom Rainer “Many people have this naïve view that a pastor just has to preach and love people. Not so. Pastors […]

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    5 Keys to Finishing Your Next Project

    5 Keys to Finishing Your Next Project

    “I don’t start something unless I know I’ll finish it.” That’s what my wife told me yesterday in our kitchen. And I wonder how many others operate like she does. I wonder how many potential ministries haven’t been started because the would-be ministry leader didn’t feel confident they could see it through and finish. I wonder how […]

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    Shepherd God’s Flock: Equipping God’s People

    Shepherd God's Flock: Equipping God's People

    Who does the work in the church? Seems like a simple question with a simple answer, right? Most Christians, and probably most pastors, would answer: the pastors do! The reasons for such an answer range from the theological to the practical. The dominant model of ministry for most of church history comes over from the […]

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    Links of the Week (10/7/17)

    Links of the Week

    Each Saturday we point you to the best preaching, leadership, and ministry content we have encountered on the internet during the week. Links of the Week Overcoming the Challenges of Rural Ministry – by Justin Horey Imagine you live a half hour from the nearest pizza place, and no one delivers. That’s not the premise for […]

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    Sermonary Review

    Sermonary is a new sermon writing software that has the potential to be a revolutionary force in the world of sermon writing and lesson writing.   Sermonary caught my eye a couple of months ago and I went ahead and backed the project through Kickstarter. Immediately, I began creating content with Sermonary including sermons, devotions, […]

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    Pastor, the Next Time You Attend a Conference, Do This!

    Pastor, the Next Time You Attend a Conference, Do This!

    Conferences are expensive and exciting, overwhelming and transformational, all at the same time. It never fails that at a good conference, you feel like you’re drinking from a fire hydrant. There is so much good stuff being shared that you quickly realize that your to-do list is growing to an unmanageable length. You begin thinking […]

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    3 Sermon Series Lessons I Learned from TV Shows

    I like TV shows much better than movies! It was not always this way but currently we are in the golden age of TV. I might find five movies every year that I really like but with Netflix and Amazon Video to go along with the broadcast networks I found countless TV shows that spike […]