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  • Drury, Keith (2010-12-13)
    Size of the church does not matter when looking at the busyness that can overcome pastors during special holiday seasons. How good are you at where you draw the line of regarding others' expectations of you?
  • St. John, Mattew (2010-12-13)
    I cannot help but think that our feathered friends know something about life that you and I too often forget -- that the best way to endure the blusters life brings our way is to face them head on. Beak forward. Tail ...
  • Burns, Nancy (2010-12-13)
    Increasingly, religious leaders and medical professionals are discovering the symbiotic relationship between religious faith and health.
  • Hoke, Renee (2010-12-13)
    Pastors are frequently left out of the loop in the early traumatic phases of identifying and diagnosing breast cancer.The development of a support to the sufferer and her family should be part of the church.
  • Houston, James M. (2010-12-16)
    Animals have the ability to use camouflage to hide themselves from predators. Many humans attempt to hide themselves from God, assuming he is a cosmic predator. In sharpest contrast, our humanity requires that we deliberately ...
  • Anderson, Leith (2010-11-18)
    From the Beeson Institute June, 2001. Seminar on developing healthy churches.
  • Gray, Rick (2010-11-18)
    Dr. Gray discusses being passionate about what God calls us to.
  • Ellor, James (2010-12-13)
    When a person is diagnosed with Alzheimers, the entire family is affected.The author calls us to a better understanding of this condition and how to support the person and the family.
  • Willimon, William (2010-12-13)
    Willimon speaks directly to Methodist clergy but readily agrees that ordained leaders of other churches share "certain expectations inherent in any faithful performance of ministry."
  • Schroder, Susan Gregg (2010-12-14)
    All professional people face the challenge of determining the amount of time they devote to job-related and non-job-related activities. Many ministry professionals may find it difficult knowing where to place priorities ...
  • Regier, Donald (2010-12-13)
    The biblical doctrine of adoption has come alive for me. I no longer view it as dogma in a dusty book. I now see it as a joyous article of faith and life. I have begun to understand this great truth from God's perspective, ...
  • Tuck, Brian (2010-12-13)
    The lecture presented by Salvation Army Colonel Brian Tuck discusses apartheid and what the Christian's response should be.
  • Zahnizer, Matt (2010-12-15)
    Changes in ethnicity are continually observed in our neighborhoods. With the political unrest in the world today, relocation in America presents hope for many people. New immigrants may bring a new language, a new religion, ...
  • Zahniser, Matt (2010-11-22)
    Christians learn how to share the gospel with people living down the street who might be identified as cultural adherents of alternative faiths.
  • Russell, Bob (2010-12-03)
    Bob Russell shares the story of Southeast Christian Church, Louisvlle, KY. Beeson Institute 1999.
  • Moore, Joy (2010-12-14)
    What is our focus when we consider women as pastors? Are our expectations seen through our culture, tradition, or through the truths of Scripture? Rev. Moore encourages us to see beyond the external and fix our vision on ...
  • Morganthaler, Sally (2010-11-22)
    Sally Morganthaler presents this seminar on Creating Sacred Space and worship evangelism in our present culture. Part of Beeson Institute February 2002.
  • Seamands, Stephen (2010-12-13)
    This article presents a view of the concept of Divine justice and human suffering. Each of the three authors deals with responses of anger and the "Why" question. Seamands focuses the reader on the Cross as the instrument ...
  • Nelson, Kerry (2010-12-13)
    Martin Luther called the church "God's mouth house." In other words, the church exists to spread the Word, preach the gospel, and communicate the promises of God. If Luther were alive today, he would type those words into ...

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