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A Pastor’s Reflections: Smokescreens
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In my labors as a pastor one of the things I learned about people is that they often take great pains to create camouflage for themselves. Like a lizard changing the color of their skin so they can hide from predators, people in the church will create camouflage so that others in the church, especially elders and pastors, don’t see the problem areas in their lives.

 
 
 
Latest Office Hours! The Law and Sanctification with Dr. Godfrey
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Office Hours continues with the series entitled, "New Life in the Shadow of Death," by talking with Dr. W. Robert Godfrey, President and Professor of Church History, about sanctification and the use of the law in the Christian life.

 
 
 
A Pastor’s Reflections: Sunday Fights
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I have a confession to make: I have to admit that even though I’m a pastor, my family and I have occasionally gotten into fights on Sunday morning.

 
 
 
A Pastor’s Reflections: Preach to Yourself
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When I was regularly preparing my weekly sermons I often wondered whether I would make any type of impact upon my church. After all, a pastor will pour anywhere between 10-20 hours of preparation to preach for 30 minutes, give or take.

 
 
 
Latest Office Hours! New Life in the Shadow of Death with Dr. Baugh
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Office Hours continues with the series entitled, "New Life in the Shadow of Death," by talking with Dr. S. M. Baugh, Professor of New Testament, about the Lord's Prayer and its continued use in the church and by Christians today.