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The Alchemy of God

My Dear Shepherds,

Nick sat near me at a coffee shop patio and we struck up a conversation. He was a Vietnam vet who had suffered lifelong effects of Agent ...

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Light in the Gallery

How to overcome ambivalence and keep our hearers attention in our preaching.

In a corner gallery on the second floor of the Art Institute of Chicago, one is met with brilliant examples of European realism from the middle and later ...

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Matt Woodley

Contemplative Preachers in a Troubled World

Matt Woodley

He lived in a time much like our chaotic age. A time of social unrest, high inflation, rural decay, panic, rioting, and a crumbling political order. (Sounds ...

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Lee Eclov

Pastors Go First

Lee Eclov

My Dear Shepherds,

Pastors don’t have to always be upbeat, thank goodness, but we must be living displays of hope in Christ, hope here and now, and ...

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Gregory Hollifield

How to Use Preaching Speeds Effectively

Gregory Hollifield
Hot and fast, cool and slow. Both are needed in our sermons.

Because I am a preacher, I sometimes dream I’m preaching.

Because I am an academic, I sometimes dream I’m back in school.

Because I am a teacher ...

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