Sounding Out A Sermon

I practice my sermons before I deliver them. Every day. I've been doing it for as long as I've been preaching without notes, which is almost as long as I have been preaching. And then, while preparing the forthcoming book Simplify The Message & Multiply The Impact...

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Top Five Tuesday — Top Five American Male Solo Artists

Recently, a United Methodist clergy colleague suggested in an online conversation that John Mellencamp is essentially a fraud, having gained his popularity because his manager must have given payola to various radio programmers to get his sons abundant airplay. That...

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Head Out On The Highway, Looking For Adventure

You know who was Born To Be Wild, don't you? It's in every fiber of my being, obviously. Actually, as part of our ministry of empowerment in South Asia, we distributed about 40 bicycles and two motorbikes. I reluctantly left this one here. Too bad. It was such a...

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Representing Good Shepherd In India …

So proud of Dorothy Hobson and Linda Land who led multiple breakout sessions with both our ministry groups. Their conversations focused on inner healing and from the looks of things, they got some as well.

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What I’m Learning From Wayne Hobson

Along with Wayne Hobson, our Pastor of Congregational Care, I am currently on a teaching team in South Asia. To know Wayne is to love Wayne, and here is some of what I've learned from him when he takes us through First Peter. The beauty of God's word is that it never...

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No Longer Slaves Launches

Did you know that over the last decade the people of Good Shepherd have given more than $700,000 to fight human trafficking? Did you know the more people are in slavery around the world today than at any other time in human history? Did you know that the scourge of...

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