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  • 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 ...
  • Vannoy, Karen; Flowers, John (2010-12-16)
    The servant relationship of the New Testament is meant to be lived out day to day in community, not occasionally as a one-night stand. We know how to give things to the poor but we do not know how to be in deep, mutual ...
  • Hackney, Lois (2010-12-16)
    Is sexual abuse a new problem to religious organizations? No, it is not new, but for many years people refused to believe that a person with a calling from God would engage in this kind of behavior and often these reports ...
  • Buckwater, H. Douglas (2010-12-13)
    Buckwalter presents several questions in dealing with Christology including a working definition. In seeking to clarify the issues he raises in the introductory questions, Buckwalter suggests several areas for investigation ...
  • Garlow, James (2010-11-18)
    Dr. Garlow speaks on training layiety for service in the church. Eph 4:11-12. Beeson institute February 2001.
  • Luce, Stuart (2010-12-15)
    This article describes how Pastor Stuart W. Luce preached at his own installation service and used the service as an excellent opportunity for evangelism ten list.
  • Luce, Stuart (2010-12-13)
    Opportunities for evangelism and outreach are often present in unlikely situations. An installation service for a new pastor is not often thought of as an opportunity for evangelism but Pastor Stuart W. Luce shows that it ...
  • Dalloway, Dale (2010-12-13)
    This ten part seminar provides a workbook for developing leadership for the pastoral from a spiritual perspective.
  • Nicholaou, Nick (2010-12-16)
    A pastor's time is one of his or her most valuable resources. Because it is finite (even pastors only get twenty-four hours in their day), it is important to choose a communication strategy that helps balance the demands ...
  • Johnson-Smith, Robert II (2010-12-13)
    Johnson-Smith presents six tools to apply to the pastoral walk.
  • Day, John N. (2010-12-16)
    How to Pray for Your Enemies by Praying Against Them.
  • Hamilton, Adam (2010-12-15)
    By conducting a congregational survey to identify specific topics for a sermon series, this article highlights the broad range of material derived from the survey as applied in sermons and counseling programs.
  • Kalas, Esworth (2010-12-13)
    Dr. Kalas presents this informative lecture on preaching the pslams.
  • Sine, Tom (2010-12-16)
    Like the horrific September 11th terrorist attack four years earlier, the enormous catastrophe of Hurricane Katrina brought an immediate response of prayers and empathy from all over the world. In our own country, churches ...
  • Irby, Elizabeth (2010-12-15)
    Irby gives a very basic outline for one program of spiritual development for our congregations. Your role in the congregation provides the screen through which you will filter the information. She gives several suggestions ...
  • Dunnam, Maxie (2010-11-18)
    Dr. Dunnam preaches on Ezekiel 2:1-7 at Minister's Conference, 2000, presenting Ezekiel as a prophet/priest.
  • Grove, Delsa Beryl (2010-12-14)
    In sharing insights on her journey to achieve gender blindness, the author takes the position that being gender blind empowers one to minister to the person outside the barriers of gender based societal stereotypes.
  • Slaughter, Michael (2010-12-03)
    Mike Slaughter's seminar on radical discipleship formed in authentic community. Beeson Institute Oct 2001.
  • Horton, Alvin J. (2010-12-13)
    You don't have to wear a skeleton mask to put on the face of death. We do it every time we try to kill an idea, stamp out a dream or suffocate a church with our own need for control

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