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Lee Eclov

I Thank the Father for You

Lee Eclov

My Dear Shepherds,

As Paul wrote to faraway believers, most whom he’d never meet, so I write to pastors:

We always thank God, the Father of our Lord ...
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Lee Eclov

Taking the Plunge

Lee Eclov

My Dear Shepherds,

Once, lumberjacks learned to break up logjams by walking out on floating, rolling logs with long pikes. Then logrolling became a two-person ...

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Alison Gerber

What My Kids Wish Preachers Did When Preaching

Alison Gerber
5 insights to help us reach the youngest hearers in our congregations.

In recent months, our family has been looking for a new church, due to our recent move to Waco, Texas. After the service, as we are driving home or going ...

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Scott M. Gibson

Christmas Jitters

Scott M. Gibson
4 tips for thriving during this Christmas season.

When preachers see that Christmas is coming, we get a bit apprehensive and nervous. We might have gone through a great kick-off weekend for the church ...

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Lee Eclov

Falling Off a Log

Lee Eclov

My Dear Shepherds,

Pastoring reminds me of logrolling. Logrolling started in the late 1800s with lumberjacks who learned to walk on floating, rolling logs ...

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