Dear Journal: Sure Has Been Lots of Change

It is nice to be home in the USA, but things sure are different now. CHANGE in our Church! Going to worship at our sending church was something I had so looked forward to doing. Wow! I didn’t feel like I knew very many people. So many of our friends that prayed with us and […]

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5 Tips to Kick Start your Ministry Career Transition

About 25 years ago, a popular topic in ministry circles centered on Kings (marketplace leaders) and Priests (vocational ministers). One of the hottest discussions I recall was that Kings did not know how to talk to Priests and vice versa. They each spoke a language of their own and didn’t understand what was being spoken […]

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Missionary Success: What has our Missionary Culture Done to us?

In his book, Dangerous Calling, Paul David Tripp shares three factors that crept into his personal life and ministry. In a very transparent and compelling manner he shares how the Lord helped him see the problems and make changes. Tripp describes how he later realized the same three factors he experienced were very common in […]

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Balance and Alignment: Pastors need this too!

Balance and Alignment are essential preventive maintenance for our cars. It is clear that potholes and bumps in the roads knock our cars out of alignment and wear out our tires quickly if we don’t correct the misalignment. Lesson: if you don’t do the maintenance, you find out the meaning of the famous FRAM oil […]

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Feel Like a Dried out Rubber Band?

I don’t know about you, but I often feel very close to God when I step into my shower. I joke with my Sunday School class and refer to it as my Holy of Holies where I pull back the curtain and step into God’s presence. This morning was one of those times. Lately there […]

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