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Ninth Inning Rally?

There have been several kind folks who have asked me about my “Ask Anything” question that, for about a month, stood at #1 on Mark Driscoll’s “Ask Anything” website. Some of you will remember that exactly a month ago, I … Continue reading

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Dr. Donald Whitney – Free Online Mp3 Sermons Collection

Check out this massive collection of links to free online sermons by Donald Whitney. If you’re not familiar with Paul Schafer and his website Reforming My Mind – MP3’s, you should bookmark it today. It is moving up my list … Continue reading

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7 Reasons Why Churches Decline

Read Todd’s agreement and disagreement with Banner of Truth.

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Vote For Timmy

Brister needs you help. Mark Driscol is offering to preach on user suggested topics. You can vote for the same question 10 times each day – and even more if you are a Reformed Sith. So go vote for his … Continue reading

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Should Pastors Receive A Salary?

Read Alan Knox’s on multi part series on this question: I do not believe that we can justify paying a salary to an elder/pastor from Scripture . . . 1. Elders specifically should “work with their hands” in order to … Continue reading

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Why You Should Borrow Sermons

Here is a pragmatic look at why and how to borrow another preacher’s ideas for your sermon. HT:MMI Here is what I am saying. I think it is AWESOME when a pastor uses another pastor’s sermon. Here is why.

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Do You Preach Only For Money?

Tom Ascol recently wrote a post to praise bi-vocational pastors for their faithfulness. In seminary land, few of my friends have ever considered this as an option. Are we assuming we are more gifted than our partially supported brothers? Would … Continue reading

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