Monthly Archives: November 2016

What is Expository Preaching

One of the distinctives of Heritage seminary is our emphasis on training expository preachers.  Admittedly, the word “expository” is used in different ways; so let me clarify how we understand the term. When we talk about expository preaching, we are … Continue reading

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Prayer Update November 25

Thank you for being part of our personal and ministry prayer team. As you can see from one of my last posts (Strafed), we sense a great need for prayer at this time. God is working in some amazing ways … Continue reading

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What is the Christian’s view of guilt?

Guilt is the warning sound made by the smoke detectors in our souls.  The Bible says God hardwired us with a conscience—a moral smoke alarm.  It signals us with feelings of guilt when we scorch someone with words, flare up … Continue reading

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Strafed

Last May, when Linda and I were at a cottage, our car was strafed. The word strafe refers to being machine-gunned from a low-flying aircraft.  During WWII, allied troops regularly came under deadly machine gun and cannon fire from Luftwaffe … Continue reading

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Prayer Update November 18

Visiting our campus yesterday for the first time today were two visitors from the far north.  This native pastor said a “thirty hours drive” fulfilled his wish to visit Heritage College and Seminary.  Hugs in the hallways were given to … Continue reading

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Prayer Update November 11

On this Remembrance Day, we gratefully remember the men and women who have fought to defend our country. As Christians, we also remember the supreme sacrifice of Christ, who laid down His life to save us when we were still … Continue reading

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Leadership Lessons from Less-Known Parts of the Bible (Joshua 22)

Ever been misunderstood? Misunderstandings are a part of life. If not handled well, they can create major messes in our marriages and ministries. That’s one reason I’m thankful for the incident recorded in Joshua 22. It’s a case study on … Continue reading

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