A Pastor’s Reflections: Burn’em
We live during the age of the theological celebrity. In previous generations there were undoubtedly popular preachers and theologians but things were a bit different.
A Pastor’s Reflections: Public Prayers
This may come as a surprise but one of my least favorite things to do as a pastor is offer public prayer. I have, I believe, good reasons for my dislike of public prayer.
Latest Office Hours! D. G. Hart’s Latest book
Office Hours talks with Dr. Darryl G. Hart, Adjunct Professor of Church History, about his recent book Calvinism: A History, which covers 500 years of Reformed Protestantism in a mere 300 pages!
A Pastor’s Reflections: Living the in the Shadow of Death
The sad and true reality is that we live in the valley of the shadow of death, and as a pastor, this is a pressing reality. While others in the church might be able to live somewhat detached from illness and death, the pastor typically has a much closer connection to it.
A Pastor’s Reflections: Three Important Responses
I served as an ordained minister for about five years before I was married. Among the different things I told my wife, I gave her three important responses that she should put in her church-conversation arsenal.
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