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A Walk On The REAL Romans Road

Many of you are familiar with the Romans Road, a collection of verses from that signature New Testament book designed to lead people on the “road” to salvation. read more

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Top Five Tuesday — Top Five Reflections On A Chester SC Revival

On Sunday night, I drove thirty-seven miles due south to preach at the Annual Chester, SC (pop. 5,607) Ministerial Association Revival. read more

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Eye Rollers Launch — “Love Your Enemies And Pray For Those Who Persecute You”

In 2014, we had Head Scratchers, a series where you knew what Jesus said, you just couldn’t figure out what it means.  Happily, that series was the first one that Abingdon Press picked up and turn into a book. read more

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Like Son, Like Father?

On Wednesday evening, I was able to support the ministry of my 25 year old son Riley and his wife Natalie. read more

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Words Making Worlds … In A 12 Year Old

Several of us on staff at Good Shepherd received this email from a mom last week: read more

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Top Five Tuesday — Top Five (Or More) Things OTHER People Should Say

There are certain phrases that those of us who are part of the church in general and ministry in particular should never use as self-descriptors. read more

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Bragging Rights, Week 3 — “What We Are Like Now”

Our journey through Bragging Rights has taken us from What We Were Like to What Happened, all in order to prepare us for What We Are Like Now. read more

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