Sunday, April 10, 2011
The new Guidebook for Pastors: A Review.
The author comes from a Baptist background. Duh, you can read it between the lines. His mentor tends to be Dr. Criswell. The testimony at the beginning of each chapter make it practical. Though the theological differences of a sole pastor, deacon run church seems odd to me and supporting one's denomination.
Overall, if I was teaching a class for young ministers on the Minister and His Work - this would be one text I would recommend any minister both young and old to read. I would give a 4 out of 5 stars.
Sincerity – being yourself in any direction. “Sincerity makes the least ,am to be of more value than the most talented hypocrite.” Charles ...
William B Gulick grew up in Covington, Kentucky. Baptized into Christ in July 1940. He graduated High School in 1947. He received his BA deg...
Wednesday nights we started this study. We just finished a study on Islam and now onto Eastern Religions. What are you studying on?
Currently we are exploring on Sunday AM - The Wilderness Wanderings found in Exodus and Numbers. On Wednesday nites we are looking at the...