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Book Review – Young, Restless, No Longer Reformed

Many today are attracted to reformed theology – that is, theology that follows the traditions and practices of John Calvin and other protestant theologians during the Reformation era. Today, the major players in reformed theological circles include names like John MacArthur, D.A. Carson, R.C. Sproul, John Piper, J.I. Packer, Albert Mohler, and Mark Dever, to […]

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Stuff I Like (5/30/14)

Polishing The Pulpit 2014 Make plans today to attend the best workshop in the brotherhood! This years dates are August 22-28, and the schedule can be viewed here. The “Model” Family “They live in the house you wished you owned. They drive the cars that you think are the most stylish. They wear clothes that […]

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Stuff I Like (4/17/14)

The Single Minister Stan Mitchell writes, “It fascinates me how resistant the church is today to the idea of a single man in the ministry. I don’t know how many church members say, “We prefer our preacher to be married.” That single preacher probably prefers to be married, too.” The Proven Ideal Length Of Every […]

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Stuff I Like (3/7/14)

Dressing Our Daughter For Who We Want Her To Be Adam Faughn writes, “Parents, it’s time we had a vision for who we want our daughters to be, and it’s time we cast that vision across every area of her life. That includes her clothes!” The Scientifically Best Times To Drink Coffee During The Day […]

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Books They Like: Pastoral Counseling

Welcome to Books They Like, where preachers are asked what books they recommend on certain topics. This time, I ask, “What books would you recommend on the topic of pastoral or ministerial counseling?” Shane Robinson (chickamaugachurchofchrist.com) recommends the ‘Quick Reference Guide To’ counseling series by Dr. Tim Clinton (denominational). “I’ve found these to be invaluable. Each […]

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Books They Like: Personal Evangelism

Welcome to Books They Like, where preachers are asked what books they recommend on certain topics. This time, I ask, “What are some good books you’ve read on the topic of personal evangelism?” Neil Richey (neilrichey.com) recommends Hearts On Fire: A Strategy for Dynamic Evangelism (1990), by Don Humphrey. “Chapter by chapter the author challenges the reader to […]

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