Chances are you will have high school students in your church who grow-up, graduate, and move away to go to college. When it comes time for this stage in life, there is an important thing that you should counsel these soon-to-be college students and their parents.
One of the things I regularly encountered as I counseled people in my pastorate was a fear of the past. Sometimes a person carried around his past like chains, or as the cliché goes, like a lot of baggage
Today launches a new series on the blog that addresses many interesting questions asked of our female students.
Office Hours continues with the series entitled, "New Life in the Shadow of Death," by talking with Dr. Bryan D. Estelle, Professor of Old Testament, about the struggle of sanctification in the Psalms. This is the second and final installment of a two-part episode.
One of the regular patterns I observed in my pastorate was the mismatched married couple. I’m not talking about a mismatched couple in terms of personalities or interests, but rather a theologically mismatched couple.