A Pastor’s Reflections: Business in church
One of the things I encountered in my pastorate was people engaged in pyramid marketing schemes and similar types of business ventures. It’s certainly no crime for a person to seek employment in a number of different types of vocations, whether he works for a company or is self-employed.
Dr. Horton at the ETS Far West Regional Meeting
Our own Dr. Horton will be the plenary speaker at the upcoming meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society Far West Regional meeting, on Friday afternoon, April 19, at Vanguard University in Costa Mesa.
A Pastor’s Reflections: Jail and Prison
There are many churches that are filled with respectable people, good, civic-minded citizens. But it may come as a shock to some, but there are some churches that also have members that, for one reason or another, wind up in jail or prison.
A Pastor’s Reflections: Listen, Don’t Critique
One of the biggest problems in Reformed churches, I believe, is that people come to church to critique the sermon rather than listen to it. How so? In Reformed churches there are always a number of theological commandos, people who love to study the Bible, read serious theological works, and encourage and spur others on to improve their own knowledge.
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