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How to pray for your Creature…I mean Preacher

My friend Tammy sent me this note recently about a conversation she had with her son on the way to school: It was career day today at Ola Elementary and I was having a conversation with Maddox on the way to school about what he wants to be when he grows up. Suggestions from mom […]

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He loves to fly…and it shows.

  I’m on a flight to Nashville that is full of pilots. They’re all heading to a “Women in Aviation” conference, which is interesting because this post is about a guy pilot in seat 17A. When we sat down, and I asked about “all the pilots on board,” he told me that he’s heading to […]

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20 Insights on Hospital Visitation from Room B480

As I write this, I’m sitting uncomfortably in a hospital bed, wearing a drafty gown, paper undies, and socks that inflate and deflate periodically to keep my legs stimulated. I’m in here because I herniated a disc in my back. Last month, while on vacation in Tennessee, we went to Dollywood.  I hurt my back […]

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Wisdom for Preachers

This morning I attended a Pastor Appreciation Breakfast in Denver. Alistair Begg was the speaker. He did an excellent job. Since 1983, Alistair has been the senior pastor at Parkside Church near Cleveland, Ohio. He spoke about the importance and power of preaching. He believes that too many young preachers are depending more on their […]

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Invisibility vs. Visibility

Should preachers be invisible? I’ve been thinking about this question for the past week. When I preach I want people to think about, hear, feel, and see Christ. I don’t want them to think, “Wow. That preacher wasn’t as boring as I thought he’d be.” I want them to think, “Wow. That Jesus is even […]

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