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Pastorally Speaking: Micah Fries on “Disciplined Tragedy”

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[Editor’s Note: This blogpost continues the “Pastorally Speaking” series. Micah Fries is Pastor at Frederick Boulevard and he writes about the important but neglected aspect of pastoral ministry: church discipline.] Church discipline is among the most painful, and ignored, topics in the evangelical church today. Unfortunately this has led to … Read More »

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Augustine for the 21st Century (5): What Can We Learn from Augustine as a Pastor-Theologian?

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Pastor Augustine was not a perfect man, but he embodied certain virtues, disciplines, and convictions that we would do well to emulate. Sixteen hundred years after he lived and wrote he continues to teach. Summary of Augustine’s Life. Augustine was born in Hippo (modern-day Algeria) in AD 354 to a … Read More »

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