Category Archives: Leadership

Ingredients of total surrender 

12: “”This is My commandment, that you love one another, just as I have loved you.  13: Greater love has no one than this, that one lay down his life for his friends.  14: You are My friends if you … Continue reading

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Obedience better than sacrifice

Sermon on 1 Samuel 15:1-25  I. God’s Command. 1-3“Then Samuel said to Saul, “The LORD sent me to anoint you as king over His people, over Israel; now therefore, listen to the words of the LORD. Thus says the LORD … Continue reading

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You Gotta Get Your Feet Wet

“You’ve got to get your feet wet.”  I’ve heard this expression for as long as I can remember. I take it to mean one has to go beyond talking about it and actually doing it. To make any headway, you’ve … Continue reading

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A Senior’s Poem

As I grew older, I moved a bit slower So I stepped aside and let the young ones take over But some of God’s work was left undone. I decided the young folks shouldn’t have all the fun So I … Continue reading

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USA’s 2nd Civil War

Geographic boundaries are not part of this civil war. There is no North vs. South. Some might argue color is expressed in this 2nd civil war. It isn’t like the first. There is no Gray vs. Blue in this struggle. … Continue reading

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A Pastoral Experience

As a pastor you’re bound to have varied experiences. Some kinda funny. Others not so much. Because this is based on a true story I have decided to change a name to protect the privacy of others.  Allen (not his … Continue reading

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Blind Faith

My dad was born blind. He attended school for the deaf and the blind. His was blind his entire life, up until the day he died. Dad died at age seventy. He would be ninety-six today. His life was one … Continue reading

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