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Author: Jamin Goggin

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Profession vs. Vocation?

September 28, 2014

“What do you do?”“I am a pastor.”Onboard an airplane or waiting in line at the local coffee shop the response is met with little fan-fair. The profession simply does not have the same cache or intrigue as say…“I am a doctor” or “I am a writer.”We pastors find ourselves in a professional culture. It is […]

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Theology Matters

September 28, 2014

What songs should we choose for the worship service? What should we do for our fall campaign? How many minutes should the sermon be? How should we organize the chairs in the worship center?The list could go on.Pastors are constantly faced with practical questions. What to do has become the driving force of ministry, and […]

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The Missing Ingredients of Evangelical Activism

September 28, 2014

Social justice has truly become the name of the game. Young evangelicals want to be about something, want to do something, want to make a difference…Of course, there are many good things about this activist spirit. The resurgence of care for the poor, broken and marginalized is certainly a virtue. In part, this movement toward action is a […]

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