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Winter 2004: Pastorable Moments
volume 25, Issue 1
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It's sad, routine, and sometimes very sweet.
Planned, dramatic settings provide the catalyst for change.
Making ministry a little E-asier.
In fact, that's what preaching is all about.
Plus: Honor Among Thieves and Dangerous Mixed Signals
If Hope Floats, Sin Compensates, What the Deaf Man Heard, and The Near-Dead See Hell
The best practices of ministry include keeping the key people in touch.
The price of pastoring that we weren't ready for
How do you pastor someone who doesn't see a need for God?
Can a purposeful church leader stop long enough to personally help individuals along the road?
What on earth (or sea) is your church here for?
After our fight, Doug and his wife left the church. So why do I, and they, still care?
How do you keep the church's passion for ministry from deflating?
How a young pastor braced his people in the fear-filled days before London's Blitz.
Creating and seizing opportunities for spiritual transformation.
Finding and celebrating significant life moments.
Signs that the time is right.
Pastoral care for homosexuals who want out.
Do you approve the minutes of the meetings God arranges for you?
Those most open to the gospel are least likely to visit church.