Matthew D. Kim

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The Heart of a Pastor

Pastors genuinely care for others and genuinely care about the gospel.

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Introduction

I. Welcome Timothy because he genuinely cares for you.

II. Pastors often get stuck on themselves.

III. Paul and Timothy had a father/son type relationship in gospel work.

IV. Paul had relational hopes of seeing his people again.

Conclusion

Matthew D. Kim is assistant professor of preaching and ministry at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.

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