Monthly Archives: February 2011

God’s Answer For The Adulterer

For the past year and a half I have been beating my head against the wall over a theological point. I love my wife, Cynthia. I have an astonishing love for her. I would lay down my life for her. I wouldn’t change a thing about my love for her. What we have is real, amazing and I have always… Read more »

God's Answer For The Adulterer

For the past year and a half I have been beating my head against the wall over a theological point. I love my wife, Cynthia. I have an astonishing love for her. I would lay down my life for her. I wouldn’t change a thing about my love for her. What we have is real, amazing and I have always… Read more »

Illness, Pastoral Comfort, And The Need For Rest

I’m not really sure where to start with what’s been going on for the past three weeks. To sum up, without giving up too much information, Cynthia had a serious medical event. When I say serious, I mean serious. She’s resting well and we’re going to see a specialist on Friday. Thanks to those of you who have been praying… Read more »

New Internet Friend: Cindy Holman

One of the joys of blogging is discovering new friends online. Cindy Holman has been blogging for a little over two  years. I’d encourage you to check her out. She writes from the heart, has great taste in music and knows much about relationships, forgiveness, and life in general. There are a lot of bloggers out there who are just… Read more »

Fallenpastors.com: Help For Fallen Pastors, Part One

I’ve made a new friend and found a new hero. His name is Danny Williams. Danny is a fallen pastor like me, but unlike me, he has taken his pain and fallenness to a completely different level. He has turned it into a ministry for fallen pastors. At fallenpastors.com, there are many resources available. Behind it all is a humble,… Read more »

What I Don’t Miss About Pastoring: Insecurity

You wouldn’t think pastors are insecure. You’d be wrong. They all seem so confident standing up there preaching. Proclaiming the Word of God. Heck, even around other pastors, they’re a little arrogant. I remember once I went to a pastor’s conference. We had a breakout session on handling conflict in the ministry. The reason we were all in there was… Read more »

What I Don't Miss About Pastoring: Insecurity

You wouldn’t think pastors are insecure. You’d be wrong. They all seem so confident standing up there preaching. Proclaiming the Word of God. Heck, even around other pastors, they’re a little arrogant. I remember once I went to a pastor’s conference. We had a breakout session on handling conflict in the ministry. The reason we were all in there was… Read more »

What I Don’t Miss About Pastoring: Pastoral Pettiness

I’ve shared three things I really miss about pastoring. That means I can be petty now and share things I don’t miss. Speaking of being petty, I don’t miss pastoral pettiness. Most church members are oblivious to pastoral pettiness. It’s something pastors only toss around amongst themselves. It’s prideful, disgusting, but we do it anyway. And it can lead to… Read more »