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Of Quitters & Familiar Trajectories or: My Frustration With The Missiological Games We Play

So, I started taking a class a couple of months ago. I’ve been driving a little over an hour south every Monday night and sitting in an upstairs room of another church building for a couple of hours with a handful of other folks. It’s been a hefty time commitment but it’s also been rewarding.… Continue reading Of Quitters & Familiar Trajectories or: My Frustration With The Missiological Games We Play

Q&A

Nashua Baptist Q&A for 2/20/18

We invite people to submit questions during our Sunday morning services to be answered through a Facebook Live Video during the week. It’s our hope that we can use that time to dive deeper into things that could have been fleshed out more clearly during our sermons, or answer questions that, while important to individuals,… Continue reading Nashua Baptist Q&A for 2/20/18

Q&A

Nashua Baptist Q&A for 1/30/18

We invite people to submit questions during our Sunday morning services to be answered through a Facebook Live Video during the week. It’s our hope that we can use that time to dive deeper into things that could have been fleshed out more clearly during our sermons, or answer questions that, while important to individuals,… Continue reading Nashua Baptist Q&A for 1/30/18

Missions, Preaching

Stop Preaching Reason #7

This is one part of a much longer series of posts in an attempt to convince Pastors and other church leaders to be intentional about having multiple men serve as preachers in your church. And yes, I even mean the little churches that can’t afford to pay a full-time pastoral preaching team too. To start… Continue reading Stop Preaching Reason #7