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Many people have asked me about how the downturn of the economy has af- fected our full-time traveling ministry. It hasn’t. Our entire traveling ministry has increased every year for the past 8 plus years. How did you do it? you may ask. And how

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With leadership comes a great responsibility to uphold a standard of integrity regardless of the cost. All too often we see leaders compromise their lifelong forged ethics just to gain the ever fleeting reward of “momentarily getting ahead.” This lack of ethical leadership has greatly

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Growing up a “PK” (pastor's kid), the “tower of Babel” was one of my favorite stories. I heard it throughout my childhood, saw it on our Sunday school flannel graph and even listened to it on Adventures in Odyssey. (Y’all don’t know nothin' bout that!) A few

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Behold, a son will be born to you, who shall be a man of rest; and I will give him rest from all his enemies on every side; for his name shall be Solomon, and I will give peace and quiet to Israel in his

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It was just a few weeks ago and I was thinking I was the most accessible and approachable pastor on earth. Forgive me – that’s what I thought. I do breakfasts, coffees, lunches, dinners, late coffees, counseling. I welcome people in the lobby and outside

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I was 18 years old and serving my first church. A little church out in the country. My uncle (a veteran minister) was coming to visit and I eagerly awaited his feedback. I was a worship pastor back then and my uncle had been a

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“The worst thing that can happen to a man is for him to succeed before he is ready.” - Dr. Martin Lloyd Jones “Give us a king!” demanded Israel. Saul was not what God wanted for Israel, but He gave them their king anyway. It begs the

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One of the greatest advances in my ministry learning curve was when God taught me how to lead my congregation members into having encounters with Him. From the beginning of my calling to ministry I was considered a good Bible teacher. I taught good doctrine and

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With leadership comes a great responsibility to uphold a standard of integrity regardless of the cost. All too often we see leaders compromise their lifelong forged ethics just to gain the ever fleeting reward of “momentarily getting ahead.” This lack of ethical leadership has greatly

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