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Amos Yong; A theology of disability.

Amos Yong has given a terrific presentation on Paul’s theology of disability. I think his research has far-reaching consequences in not only transforming the Pentecostal / Charismatic movement; it will also impact the church at large. His question “Was Paul … Continue reading

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Pastoring or leadership

I have been having some serious thought and discussions about the need for the return of the pastoral office and pastoral skills. Within many of the current church movements there is a push for leadership. How to become a leader … Continue reading

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It’s Pastor appreciation month.

Apparently its Pastor appreciation month. I don’t know who, or which organisation chooses the topics and promotes the theme of appreciation, but it seems there is one that does so… In light of this theme I thought I would reflect … Continue reading

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Divorce; a painful subject – a painful experience

There are few things that will stir ones emotions more than what the subject of divorce will. Within the church divorce is deemed a terrible and horrible thing. And indeed it is, for those who are going through it. Over the … Continue reading

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Salvation is a journey, not an event.

I have reflected on the salvation  experience both on a scriptural and personal basis.  I have reflected on 3 main areas they being the role of the church in the process of sowing, watering and reaping. The area of growth as … Continue reading

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Good listening leads to great pastoring.

Often preachers believe their strength stems from their oratory prowess. Pastors believe their success is measured through how much they are heard. I would like to turn this mentality on its head by saying the true measure of a pastor lays … Continue reading

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