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A Pastor’s Reflections: The Talk
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As a pastor of a small church I had a number of young people who made the chronological transition from being children to becoming adults. I characterize this transition as chronological because that’s the way the greater portion of our culture defines it.

 
 
 
Office Hours: The Pilgrim’s Prayer, Pt. 1
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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

 
 
 
Women & Theology: Parenting and the Providence of God
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Seminary taught me of God’s character more than anything else.  It showed me that I worship a powerful, perfect and Holy God who ordains all for my good and His glory.

 
 
 
A Pastor’s Reflections: Wisdom and Tough Choices
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As I have grown older, and hopefully more mature (there are some doubts as I look at my personal collection of 45 Star Wars Lego clone figures lined up on my desk that my children may not, under any circumstance, touch), I have concluded that many young ministers see everything in black and white.

 
 
 
Women & Theology: Book Review of Extravagant Grace
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If the Holy Spirit is at work in my life, shouldn’t I be sinning less? Isn’t that what sanctification means? If so, am I even a Christian when sin is still so present in my life?