Tag - pastor

We Need More Pastor-Theologians

TREMPER LONGMAN III | WESTMONT COLLEGE I became a Christian my senior year in high school during the so-called Jesus Revolution of the late 1960s and early 1970s. It was an exciting time, particularly on college campuses where there was something of...

When the Professor is a Full-time Pastor

Preparation, Prayers, and Cookies Through intentional support, teaching while pastoring can benefit students as well as parishioners by Stephen Witmer, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary Adjunct teaching can be either dynamite or disaster. When I...

Logos Helps Me Hit the Ground Running

Friday: I am home from the Moody Bible Institute Pastor's Conference—time to hit the ground running. I'm sure glad I finished that sermon before I left. Free time with my family makes it worthwhile. Sunday: Spending an awesome day in God's presence...

Seminary Students Considering a Pastorate

Some times the best thing I have to say is, “Hey, you should really go listen to someone besides me.” Such is the case today. On Monday I read a post by Matt Schmucker at the 9Marks blog on things that a pastoral candidate should ask of...

Choosing a seminary – a pastor’s opinion

In my never ending quest to provide information that will help you decide on the right seminary for you, I occasionally find other people who have weighed in on the subject. Today I came across an older post by Mark Denver at togetherforthegospel...

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