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People in Your Church — Not Just the Staff — Have Gifts

This concerns a topic that is recurring around our supper table. It was many years in the making, and something that both of us had been thinking and talking about for a long, long time before she wrote it all out. Not the first time presenting it here, but I believe it’s still relevant, if not more so than when all this happened. • • • by Ruth Wilkinson A number of years ago, a terrible thing happened. Our local…

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Preachers and Evangelists: Then and Now

Increasingly, Twitter is becoming a long-form medium. It’s not just the 140 vs. 280 character thing, but with the use of threads, writers can present rather extensive essays. Every once in awhile I find threads which I think are worthy of being preserved somewhere more permanent. The writer may have envisioned something temporary — a kind of Snapchat prose — but the words deserve greater attention. So as we’ve done before — Skye Jethani, Mark Clark, Sheila Wray Gregoire, etc.…

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This Bible is Perfect for Public Reading in KJV and NKJV – Christian Article

Every detail of the Preaching Bible (Thomas Nelson, 2019) (@NelsonBibles) is tailor-made with preaching in mind. But it’s perfect for anyone who reads Scripture in public because of its attention to ease-of-reading features. [Read the Bible Gateway Blog post, Scripture Says Reading the Bible in Public is Important] [Read the Bible Gateway Blog post, New Minister’s Bible Includes Clergy Resources for Life Events] [See Bible Gateway’s Resource Page for Pastors] Each ebony or mahogany edition, whether in the King James…

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