Monthly Archives: September 2012

Seeker Sensitive Churches

 How do we “do church” in this changing culture of the 21st century?  What do the approximately 400,000 churches in the United States and about a half-million pastors do to succeed? Well, the pastors need training, biblical knowledge, integrity, leadership, … Continue reading

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A Godly Legacy

We had the privilege yesterday after church services to attend a 70th birthday party for Sherry Davis, a lady from Three Lakes Bible Church where we pastored for 37 years. Jerry and Sherry started coming to Three lakes not many years … Continue reading

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Give Credit Where Credit is Due

 I once overheard a person telling someone about a project he had accomplished all by himself. Standing nearby–within earshot– was another individual who had actually done most of that project for this person. I know he heard the conversation and I … Continue reading

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Profitable Labor

The American celebration of Labor Day was established to recognize the important part played by workers in the development of the nation during the Industrial Revolution. Many countries today hold similar celebrations in honor of work and those who contribute, … Continue reading

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