The Confessions of A Frustrated Preacher

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  1. INFORMACIÓN ADICIONAL
  2. Confessions of a Preacher’s Kid: #3 – I Don’t Talk About God All the Time
  3. Handling the Word Rightly
  4. Street Preaching and the Christian Right, Part 1: Suffer the Little Children
  5. When You Sin While Preaching | CT Pastors | Christianity Today

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INFORMACIÓN ADICIONAL

Wishing I Was Invisible. Not Alone. Choosing Joy in the Hard Times. Once I read about your blog I got anxious to read your posts. Just by reading the name you gave it, Not so perfect… I identtifed myself.

Confessions of a Preacher’s Kid: #3 – I Don’t Talk About God All the Time

Not a perfect exmple of what people expect from a Pastors wife… for the last 7 years asking God to help me be the perfect Pastor wife to finally understand that of because how I was, He chose me, or is this a trying to confort myself. What would you think if I told you I am the one that feels invisible. Constantly fighting with this feeling!!

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Pastor Timothy Cox ~Frustrated??

You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Acts pulls no punches in attempting to impress upon its readers that the whole world should look different to them, because now anything has become possible.

When You Sin While Preaching

What are the new possibilities? There are many, and Acts suggests that the word of God never finishes creating additional ones.

Handling the Word Rightly

God is keeping promises. God is creating communities that manifest salvation. God is welcoming those who suffer. God is reshaping our religious imaginations and calling them out for being too small.

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Street Preaching and the Christian Right, Part 1: Suffer the Little Children

God is quite active in Acts. The church is mostly trying to keep pace. Perhaps things are not so different today, after all. We might find other, more measured ways of characterizing the church, its opportunities, and its struggles.

When You Sin While Preaching | CT Pastors | Christianity Today

What kind of priorities and commitments best express world-altering good news? If we read Acts as a story about fellow believers trying to give voice -- even a grandiose voice -- to their new, transformed realities, Acts will encourage us to ask questions about how we ourselves best bear witness to the good news in our own lived contexts.


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  7. It will encourage us to be daring as we do so, lest we make the mistake of presuming that the status quo is the only reality available to us. But Acts is more interested in unleashing imaginations than it is in fostering caution and prudence. Let different biblical books take care of those other tasks. But make those books wait until Easter is over, first.