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Hope in an old new town

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In the Buckinghamshire city of Milton Keynes you can fill your days with snowboarding, shopping and water-skiing.

You can spend your hard-earned money at the all-new casino; you can eat and drink at one of the hundreds of restaurants and cafés, take in a show at the theatre or hang-out in one of the many green spaces. 708 more words

Evangelism & Outreach

God, You Lied to Me: A Pastor's Struggle

It happens to almost every pastor at some point in his ministry. He may not even realize that his words and actions indicate that he is working with this assumption. 1,275 more words

Suffering

A Man Worth Remembering

It is hard to believe, but George Whitefield turns three hundred this year.

As a result, it looks like there are going to be some tremendous conferences and even books coming out which will be calling our attention to what God accomplished through him and what we can learn from him. 424 more words

Pastoral Ministry

Is It Sinful to Preach Sermons You Did Not Write?

It is not uncommon for pastors to preach sermons written by well-known pastors. With the miracle that is the Internet, the sermons of popular pastors are readily and easily accessible. 842 more words

Christianity

This Preaching Life

Every week
week after week
I put words on a page
and I pray
as I write each one out
it is a word
that in combination with other words… 165 more words

Reflections

The Pastor and Character

One of the top things that churches evaluate in pastoral candidates is a man’s character. While sadly some if not many churches look first to a pastor’s personality and charisma before evaluating his character (Joseph Umidi, … 1,530 more words

Christianity

God Knows Which Tool To Use And When to Use It

I am busy reading the journal of someone who visited South Africa in the early 1800’s to care for the missionaries his church had sent out. 322 more words

Pastoral Ministry