Monthly Archives: January 2012

At the Heart of Music At North Country

One of the more amusing questions I get asked constantly by those in the community and by those that don’t know Christ is:  “How old are you?? And your church still has a hymnal? Why?”  (Do note that we do … Continue reading

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A Scandal Culture in Need of Forgiveness

A couple of years ago, the scandal driven culture here in America hit a feverous pitch.  In American, the media was just awash of the scandals revolving men such as Tiger Woods, Brett Favre, Rush Limbaugh, and a wide variety … Continue reading

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From this Week:

Once again, here are the some blog posts that I read this week that I think will be helpful to you.  Not just for pastors, there’s some good stuff there for parents and other fellow believers:   Tim Challies with … Continue reading

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For the Assistant Pastor

Admittedly, I believe that the assistant pastorate is a very difficult calling in life.  Having served in that role for 9 years full time, and assisting a pastor part time for 2 years while in school, I can fully sympathize … Continue reading

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Deeply Indebted

Back when I was in college at Northland, the president of the college, Dr. Les Ollila would, in his unassuming way, give practical advice to those training for ministry-never letting the theological to stand outside the realm of good common … Continue reading

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