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  • Breaux, Michael (2010-11-18)
    Dr. Breaux looks at growing healthy churches and positive ways to introduce change in older churches.
  • Garrott, T. Benjamin Jr. (2010-11-18)
    This audio from Beeson Instituts in 2000, Dr. Garrott discusses the importance of church health over churc growth as it applies to children and youth ministry.
  • Thompson, David (2010-12-13)
    We will do well to stake our faith in the cross and know that God is for us, that God loves us, and that Jesus died for us. We need not remain cut off from God when we are plunged into suffering. God met our deepest need ...
  • Crainshaw, Jill Y. (2010-12-16)
    Chapter 5 of Keep the Call. Mark's fast-paced, action-focused storytelling engages readers' imaginations in Mark 5. Voice topples on top of voice as Jesus climbs out of a boat and walks along this story's dusty street, and ...
  • Dunnam, Maxie (2010-12-13)
    What can be more important in the life of the minister than prayer? Our time with the Lord is an integral part of our ministry to others. And how can we minister to others if we don’t pray for them? Intercessory prayer ...
  • Galloway, Dale (2010-12-16)
    Leadership Development course developed by Dale Galloway for Asbury Online Institute. CEU option is no longer available.
  • Kallsted, Walter (2010-11-22)
    Dr. Walt Kallsted discusses values shaped leadship in this Beeson Institute series Church for the Unchurched from October 2000.
  • Kallsted, Walter (2010-12-03)
    Walt Kallsted presents this leadership seminar as part of Church for the Unchurched of Beeson Institute October 2000.
  • Breaux, Michael (2010-11-18)
    Dr. Breaux looks at major change within the church. How to promote health through trying times in this Beeson Institute 2001 seminar.
  • Willimon, William (2010-12-13)
    A light-hearted, funny letter to the bishop!
  • Leggett, Jim; Werlein, Ken (2010-12-13)
    Werlein and Leggett discuss prayer as the essential foundation in the building blocks of a sucessful church.
  • Walls, Jerry (2010-12-13)
    Walls outlines theodicy—God and justice—from three positions, i.e. free will, free choice and the cost of freedom. These positions bring an individual to a crossroads. Suffering and tragedy are part of life and everyone ...
  • Miller, Calvin (2010-11-22)
    Dr. Calvin Miller presents this seminar on preaching and worship and current trends in communication.
  • Pearson, John; Kelly, Bob (2010-12-14)
    Ministerial compensation is often a difficult issue to discuss if it is discussed at all and unfortunately, as the authors point out, there is no web site you can go to get a perfect annual salary schedule prepared. It is, ...
  • Wheeler, Sondra Ely (2010-12-13)
    Crisis is never anticipated by the patient, the family, or the pastor. Families in the midst of turmoil seek the minister as a source of counsel and security.
  • Whitlock, Rod (2010-12-16)
    The author relates how his DS in Nebraska mentored young people called to ministry. First, he wanted every student called to full-time ministry to receive encouragement and a prayer of blessing from the previous generation ...
  • Busby, Daniel (2010-12-14)
    Daniel D. Busby in this article addresses the issues and intricacies of ministerial compensation. Helpful informative material is presented about such issues as comparative salaries in your locale, multiple-year compensation ...
  • Parrott, Les; Parrott, Leslie (2010-12-03)
    Les and Leslie Parrott continue their seminar and marriage and ministry from Beeson Institute 2002.
  • Flloyd, Wayne Whitson (2010-12-16)
    Today's companies like Blackboard, Moodie, and Jenzabar have made course software intuitive to use and rich in features -- one doesn't have to be a computer expert to give it a try. Instead of having to download and install ...
  • Davidson, Victoria (2010-12-14)
    Funerals may be the final barrier to acceptance of women pastors. . Victoria Davidson refers the newness of her appointments as a new wineskin. Not only is she a new wineskin to the congregation she serves, she is a new ...

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