Tag Archives: Gospel of Jesus Christ

“LIVING THE DREAM, SIR!” Three Things that Keep Ministry (and the Military Chaplaincy) Moving Forward

I am on chaplain duty today. I am ministering at the US Army Chaplain Center and School. I came to instruct, to give my testimony of why I continue to balance the life of civilian ministry: as a seminary chancellor … Continue reading

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What is a Seminary President?

One retired, well-respected seminary president once told me, soon after I was called to be president of RTS Charlotte, “Mike, here are my two words to you about being a seminary president: first, stay humble. Second, you know all of … Continue reading

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On Being a President (or Chancellor-Elect) in a Theological Seminary

Virtually every president or chancellor of a seminary or theological college, in response to a poll, said that it never occurred to them that one day they might be a seminary president. I guess that I am odd. Because I was … Continue reading

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What God Has Done To Death

A Message of Witness to the Resurrection This message was preached at the funeral service of a dear brother in Christ. Introduction “Death be not proud, for thou art not so,”[1] wrote John Donne (1572-1631), the great poet and much-quoted … Continue reading

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“ON THE ROAD TO SAINTHOOD:” John Paul II, “St. Michael” and What the Bible teaches about Saints

“To all those in Rome who are loved by God and called to be saints: Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ” (Romans 1:7) News from the Vatican is making headlines: John Paul II, the … Continue reading

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Evangelism and Joy: Still Learning from Lausanne

“To be a soul winner is the happiest thing in this world. And with every soul you bring to Jesus Christ, you seem to get a new heaven here upon earth.”—C.H. Spurgeon (Sermons, 11.431) Introduction to the Reading I have … Continue reading

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2010 in Review for MikeMilton.Org and the Top Five Posts of the Year

The statistics for 2010 are in for this site. I want to say thank you to all who supported this site with prayer and with participation. I trust this will remain a ministry to many in the year to come. … Continue reading

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