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Disciple is Spelled With an “F”: A Diagnostic Rap For Those Engaged In Ministry

This month Dr. Foley and I celebrate the college graduations of our two youngest children, both of whom will be headed to seminary in the US this fall after interning with Voice of the Martyrs Korea over the summer. Typically … Continue reading

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Neglect Of Family For The Sake Of The Church Is…A Virtue?

I recently heard this shocking statement from a pastor in a restricted country. He said, “Church leaders are trained to believe that the neglect of family for the sake of the church is a virtue!” In truth, this is not … Continue reading

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Is Household Worship Your Foundational Form Of Worship Yet?

Post by Pastor Tim Dillmuth – Last year, I posed the question on this blog, “What’s the absolute best way to reign?”  And in the one year that has followed, the answer hasn’t changed!  I wrote that “family worship” was … Continue reading

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