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I would like to answer your questions about how to apply the eternal principles taught by Christ into your personal life, church life, marriage and/or family relationships.Would be pleased to humbly try to answer your questions concerning Biblical Contextual Preaching, Biblical Leadership, Biblical Ministry, Biblical Counseling and related subjects.

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I have been a minister for nearly 30 years.

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Licensed Pastoral Counselor with the National Christian Counselors Association and a Certified Temperament Therapist.

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2016-03-15 "Living in Sin" Minister:

Greetings! I am happy to answer your question.    When you say you became a licensed Minister that means some religious organization recognized you as having the ability to be a leader. With the added

2015-01-01 Religion:

Greetings in our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.    I am very happy to hear of your decision to follow Jesus. I do not know of any organizations offering free passage. And, even if I did, I would not advocate

2013-03-04 Is it possible to becoome a Minister without formal education?:

The Apostle John writes in the Book of Revelation, Chapter 1, "we are a kingdom of priests". How can we NOT teach, preach and minister since we have all been called by Christ and given His Holy Spirit?

2012-10-24 Can a Believer Lose his Salvation?:

Everyone who is a true believer has received the Holy Spirit. That one is considered a child of God. Can a child of God so sin as to lose his salvation? I believe he can. Allow me to explain.    With the

2011-04-10 Codependency:

It takes a lot of wisdom to know when it is best to help and not to help. Because you do not want to enable someone in their weakness. Paul was very plain. If a man was not willing to work he was not to

 

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