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Preaching: In weakness and much trembling

As you get older, your self-perception changes. My fiancé will tell you that I tend to regale my former athletic accomplishments ad nauseam, because now to look at me and the way I move you could scarcely believe that I … Continue reading

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More Words to Young Preachers: wearing the text as a garment

My post a few days ago on advice to young preachers certainly evoked a big response. Well, big for my little corner of the blogging world. And a few of you asked what I meant specifically by the phrase, “wearing … Continue reading

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A Word (or two) to Young Preachers

No one asked me. And I know that some young preacher could no doubt write a blog, “A Word (or two) to Old Dudes Still Hanging On to their Old School Preaching Fantasies (especially, Mark Love).” And I no doubt … Continue reading

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