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How do you disciple a new Christian who cannot read or write?

A few years ago had the privilege of baptizing a new believer.  I quickly came to realize this was not going to be the typical discipleship scenario (as if there is one).  He is an elderly man who cannot see well

Posted in Discipleship

What should I do with the hard, difficult people in my church who appear to hate me?

One of the most significant implications from Hebrews 13:17 (giving account for souls) I learned early in ministry was that I don’t have the right to dislike and refuse to care for someone’s soul that God has entrusted to me.  This is important to realize

Posted in Hospital Visitation, Oversight of Souls, The Pastor's Soul

Practical Shepherding Workshop (Night before T4G) Register Now!

We are excited to announce that we will be having a Practical Shepherding Workshop on Monday, April 11, 2016, the night before Together for the Gospel begins.  It will be held at Immanuel Baptist Church in Louisville, KY less than 2 miles from

Posted in The Pastor's Soul, Promotion

What do I love about C.H. Spurgeon’s ministry that is largely overlooked?

Charles Spurgeon is celebrated as one of the most gifted, dedicated, brilliant, and impacting preachers and pastors in history.  This honorable distinction is given by most because of his piercing, articulate, Christ-centered, and Word-driven sermons that were heard and have

Posted in Hospital Visitation
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