Tag Archives: Encouragement

Strength for the Journey

I like to look for parables of God’s kingdom in the world around me; elements of eternal truths being lived out in temporal ways. If you watch carefully, you can see this happening all the time. This plays a big … Continue reading

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Strengthening Your Hand

May you have that God-given friend who will always be directing you to God. Continue reading

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Encouragement from Old Letters

“Cleave to the Lord,”—not to man, but to the Lord. Continue reading

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A Word for the Weary

Sometimes the journey can be too much. But God has given His Word for the weary. Continue reading

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Encouraging Your Pastor

Some thoughts on how to encourage those who have been called to serve as your pastor. Continue reading

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Keep Calm and Carry On

Even when disheartened by the news of the PC(USA)’s General Assembly, there is a greater joy that sustains me through the midst of such troubled waters. Continue reading

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“Cat-Herding” & “Whack-A-Mole” Ministry

Though not standard job titles, I think they describe well some of the duties of pastoral ministry. They might even apply to your life as well. Read on! Continue reading

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