Perspectives

Family Ministry and Autism

Ministering to families in our modern day is no easy task. Things just seem to be harder than even 10 years ago when I entered ministry. Families have issues to deal with that previous generations would have called unbelievable.

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Autism and Gospel Communication

What I do see as a father and a pastor is a great need for Christian parents and churches to be better equipped to try to have spiritual conversations with those in their lives that might be affected by autism.

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Snow, students and shovels

A story about how February’s “snow-mageddon” illustrated the character of students at Ouachita Baptist University, and perhaps a spiritual insight as well. By my estimation,

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Development Within the Church

Someone once said, “Everything rises and falls on leadership.” I do believe that is true. But I believe if you back up even before that, we could say it this way: Everything rises and falls on the personal development of the leader.

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What are you aiming at?

I am fully convinced that every so often we need to pause in ministry and make sure we are on target…In order to do that effectively we need to depend on something more reliable than our own opinion or intellect, so let’s try God’s Word.

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