Category Archives: 1 Timothy

Sustained by Your Divine Calling

Amidst the awesome beauty of God’s creation at Garmisch, Germany, I gathered with some chaplains and wives from Europe to reflect upon the essentials of ministry from the Pastoral Epistles. During our time in God’s Word, we discovered four essentials … Continue reading

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“The Preacher’s Influence: The Pastoral Theological Implications of the Jeremiah Wright Story”

Perhaps there is someone who wonders, in today’s world, “Can a minister really have any possible influence on the world around us?” Just check out the front pages. If Karl Barth was right when he talked about having the Bible in … Continue reading

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