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Valiant for Truth - A Pastor's Reflection Series

A Pastor’s Reflections: Do The Right Thing
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I served on a session with two godly elders for whom I was and am very grateful. We had a great degree of harmony among us, and when we disagreed about some things, God was kind to enable us to figure out a solution. On a number of occasions we faced very difficult circumstances.

 
 
 
A Pastor’s Reflections: Do The Next Thing
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“What do I do next?,” is one of the frequent questions I receive when I’m counseling someone through difficult circumstances or in the wake of a great tragedy.

 
 
 
A Pastor’s Reflections: Joys of the Pastorate
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There are certainly many challenges and trials in the pastorate, but on the other hand, there are also many joys, things that bring great encouragement and happiness.

 
 
 
A Pastor’s Reflections: MDiv not MD
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I can remember sitting around the cafeteria table at seminary where my friends and I were talking shop and someone brought up a nagging health issue. One of my friends quickly piped up that he knew what was ailing his friend and recommended a course of treatment.

 
 
 
A Pastor’s Reflections: Casualties of War
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There are certainly many stressful vocations in the world. I remember hearing about a show that featured the most dangerous jobs in the world, which included Naval aviators, because of night carrier landings, and Alaskan fishermen, because of the harsh and deadly conditions where they work on the open sea, as two of the deadliest professions.