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The Journey of Pastoral Vocation

Though all God’s followers have been tasked with preaching the gospel and sharing the love of Christ with the world, a pastor has been given the unique privilege and duty to live out that task vocationally.

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Sampling the Flavors

My younger son loves to experiment with a variety of flavors. Even as a small child, he liked to be in the kitchen when his mom or I were cooking, urging us to try various flavor combinations and sauces to get the most out of what we were making. 

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Finding Wesley

The Background

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A Ministry for Everyone

The Christian church has been attempting to apply Paul’s instruction to Ephesian believers for 2000 years when he said,

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The Beautiful and Messy Call of a Missionary

Within the treasure chest of missionary inspirations, David Livingstone’s question is found: “Cannot the love of Christ carry the missionary where the slave trade carries the trader?” His ministry in the 1800s focused on slavery in the heart of Af

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In Quest of the Deeper Life

In my travels across the church, I have discovered that we have many committed, generous, and gifted people. Thank God for them. I have also become poignantly aware that we desperately need people of great spiritual depth!

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Full of Grace

How can Christians remain faithful to the Gospel when the culture grows increasingly averse to the Church? How do we lovingly respond to our neighbors who do not know Christ?

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Ministers in the Church of the Nazarene

Christian ministry comes in a variety of human packages: Children inviting their friends to neighborhood Bible studies, retirees counting the Sunday offerings and preparing bank deposit slips, and of course, pastors carefully preparing next week’s

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