A Pastor’s Reflections: Meatloaf or Lobster?
One of the best feelings in the world is to deliver a sermon and get positive feedback. You spend a large part of your week preparing your message—translating the text, studying its syntax, reading commentaries, looking over background materials, and then refining and honing your message.
A Pastor’s Reflections: The Secret Service
The pastorate can be an interesting vocation because you end up interacting with a lot of different types of people. In my pastorate I have met business people, former professional athletes, homemakers, fighter pilots, millionaires, scholars, politicians, and the like. I’m always intrigued and enjoy meeting people from all walks of life.
A Pastor’s Reflections: A Footnote In the Flesh
I think there are many in the church who underestimate the importance of fellowship, i.e., spending time with someone in the effort to get to know them better. A number of the colleagues that I know will go to presbytery, and then as soon as the meeting is over, they bolt off.
Preview Divine Covenants and Moral Order
In the old days you could stroll down to your corner bookstore to thumb through the latest books, but to invoke a modified line from the The Buggles, "Internet killed the corner book store."
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