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Words Make Worlds

A high school senior from Good Shepherd shared her application essay to a national Christian college.  You’ll see how Good Shepherd language has deeply shaped her Christian identity: read more

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Leading When Leadership Isn’t Your Thing

I spent a good chunk of yesterday at Clemson University speaking with a group of students from the Delta Sigma Pi Business Fraternity. read more

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Top Five Tuesday — Top Five Required Resources For “Simplify The Message & Multiply The Impact”

As a lot of you know, the Western North Carolina United Methodists invited me to lead a monthly preaching workshop (technically called a “cohort”) for sixteen emerging and established pastors in our area. read more

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One Sixty-Seven, Week 2 — The “The Oldest Religion In The World” Sermon Rewind

For sometime now, I have been amazed/saddened/perplexed at all the ways people say to God (in so many words):  I know better. read more

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The WORST Question To Ask In A #BibleStudy

We write a lot of LifeGroup questions at Good Shepherd.  In fact, we have a For Further Conversation section in our Sunday morning worship bulletin virtually every week — and many of our LifeGroups use that material (and the sermon that prompted it) as their curricula. read more

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Top Five Tuesday — Top Five Things I’ve Learned This Week

A week of random learning and unexpected realizations, summarized right here. read more

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