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Pastoring, Parenting, and Best-Laid Plans

[Today’s guest post is from April Fiet. She’s wise, caring and knows how to put the two together.] When my oldest child was a few months old, I took him to the nursery at our church for the first time. … Continue reading

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How Could I Miss the Point of the Father’s Day Sermon?

(From the archives) *** Last Sunday was Father’s Day and my wife and I sat in church together listening to a guest speaker give a message about parents and children and God’s love. During the sermon a father was walking … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day Sermons – the right way to preach about the Proverbs 31 Woman

[From the archives. Tomorrow is Mother’s Day and I’m really hoping someone will preach along the lines of this post. If you hear that sermon, please let me know!] *** Proverbs 31 – The Woman Who Never Existed There is … Continue reading

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The Art of Alliteration for Preachers Who Want to Make a Point

I admit I’ve been guilty of absurdly abundant alliteration, at times:

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I Missed the Point at Church on Father’s Day

[Gloria Furman’s post at Domestic Kingdom last Sunday prompted me to write this.] *** Last Sunday was Father’s Day and my wife and I sat in church together listening to a guest speaker give a message about parents and children … Continue reading

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