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The Cross in the Tombs: An Easter Letter to Pastors

This is a letter I wrote to some pastoral friends as they were preparing for preaching Easter service. I offer it as an encouragement for other pastors as well. There is no higher honor, no greater priviledge, no greater gifts … Continue reading

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“You are Simon…You Shall Be Called Peter: A ‘First Person’ Easter Sermon”

I preached the following sermon as a first person expository sermon from Luke 5.1-11; John 1.40-42; and John 20.1-10; 21.1-19. This Easter message I now offer to others for both edification and fodder for what will become better sermons in … Continue reading

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