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  • Strunk, Orlo Jr. (2010-12-13)
    Hurricanes, like most crises, have a way of discombobulating both the external environment and the internal psyche of the persons experiencing them. And both environment and psyche, once the hurricane has moved out to sea, ...
  • Gangel, Kenneth (2010-12-13)
    A chapter from Dr Gangel's text on Christian Education published in 1989. It provides a baseline for our thinking about the church and its mission. It will give us opportunity for personal evaluation and critical thinking ...
  • Gunsalus, Russ (2010-12-13)
    With the exploding proliferation of the Internet with all its functions, the church must learn to use these assets for ministry.
  • Pearson, John; Kenneson, Philip (2010-11-22)
    How far should you go to market your church? Should you market it at all? Two experts with opposing views encourage you to consider your options.
  • Hunter, George III (2010-11-22)
    Shepherds don't make sheep. Sheep make sheep. Most people are far more reachable by lay Christians; but most lay Christians leave it to the pastor.
  • Asare, Seth O. (2010-11-22)
    Communicating the Gospel in contemporary culture required creativity and innovation. Breaking some taboos with respect to worship, liturgy, and appropriate technology will allow people outside the traditional church hear ...
  • Jackson, Jim (2010-12-13)
    Traditional churches have difficulty communicating with those from an unchurched culture. Dr. Jackson looks at the concerns and problems and provides recommendations.
  • Galloway, Dale (2010-11-18)
    Dr. Galloway speaks in Beeson Institute, February 2000, about vision in leadership and within churches. Building up the church through inspired leadership.
  • Dunnam, Maxie (2010-11-18)
    Beeson Institute audio from February 2000, Dr. Dunnam. Equipping people for leadership in the church.
  • Jaynes, Sharon (2010-12-16)
    When unhealthy competition is staring at us in the mirror, we need to ask a few tough questions.
  • Hawthorne, Roger (2010-12-13)
    Making good use of church newsletters
  • Dunnam, Maxie (2010-12-13)
    While Jesus' life, ministry, teaching, death and resurrection is a call to love and compassion Maxie Dunnam discusses compassion fatigue as an obstacle to preserving that call.
  • McBay, Shug Yagel (2010-12-13)
    In considering the issues of what is referred to as "unexpected outcomes" of the birth experience, we find ourselves entwined not only in the obvious pain and grief of the parents, but the labyrinth of medical ethics and ...
  • Spain, Sydney (2010-12-14)
    Basically Spain covers two topics -- What to do prior to the move, and beginning your new ministry. This is a how-to approach from a man who has served several pastorates. Laying the groundwork for a long and fruitful ...
  • Ellison, Craig (2010-12-13)
    By turning our backs on the inner city we are turning our backs on people in need of the evangelistic message of the Gospel. The title is a rhetorical question whose answer is simple, "All around me." Ellison challenges ...
  • Long, Justin (2010-12-16)
    In November 2004, January 2005, and January 2006 three articles on "Which peoples need priority attention?" were published in Mission Frontiers. Each was written by a different set of writers, representing different research ...
  • Hawthorne, Roger (2010-12-13)
    More on the value of church newsletters.
  • Cunningham, Bobby B. (2010-12-13)
    As we forgive, we are forgiven. Or is it the other way around; we have been forgiven, therefore, we forgive. This is a good time to review the case-study material on forgiveness derived from your role as pastor/counselor. ...
  • Dunnam, Maxie (2010-11-18)
    Maintaining personal spiritual growth while in ministry. Balancing your life. Beeson Institute May 2002.
  • Elliott, Mark (2010-12-13)
    Pastor Mark Elliott carefully presents both the need for God's involvement and our responsibility in study. He then lays out a 4-step model from James Loder for opening ourselves to the leading of the Spirit.

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