Monthly Archives: May 2011

S. M. Lockridge Lives

“That’s My King”The late Dr. S. M. Lockeridge, a pastor from San Diego, California,
said these words in a sermon in Detroit in 1976: My King was born King. The Bible says He’s a Seven Way King. He’s the King of … Continue reading

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The Lion that Roared in UKRAINE

I recently was challenged to take a mission trip to Ukraine. I heard the testimonies of people in our church who went on the trip. They came back with full hearts and stories to new relationships founded in Christ. I … Continue reading

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10 Things Every Sunday School Leader Should Do

I want to give you a few things every small group or Sunday School leader must do to make a group grow numerically and spiritually. 1. Study the Bible well — there’s no room for half baked lessons. 2. Pray … Continue reading

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Seminary Still Needed?

It’s Friday and tomorrow many seminaries will graduate their 2011 classes. I graduated from two seminaries: Southwestern and Gordon-Conwell. And I’ve served Rockbridge. A question I’m asking today is this: “Is seminary necessary to pastoring a church? ” I have … Continue reading

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