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Inward Look

Inward Look

A Quiet Getaway for Pastors “Jesus made it a regular habit to get away from the crowds so He could reconnect with His Father. If He needed to, how much more do we?” asks Jon Beight, executive director of  Twin Lakes …
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Posted in Inward Look, Synergy, Winter 2011

Pastoral perspectives. . .

In Praise of Little Places and Humble People Ever been to Omer, Michigan? It’s a town along Lake Huron not far from Tawas. I drove through it on my way to a funeral a few years ago. Don’t blink, you …
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Posted in Inward Look, July 2009, Synergy

God’s Provisions for Pastors…and Other People Too!

In ministry certain periods of time may seem like drought experiences in our lives. However God’s Word reminds us of the Lord’s love and care every hour. Consider His provisions found in Psalm 125. Position  “Those who trust in the …
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Posted in Inward Look, July 2009, Synergy

Refreshing Retreat

Looking for a retreat get-away that’s affordable and in peaceful setting? The Rivendel Retreat in Deposit, NY, is available to pastors and missionaries (75% discount), and Christian workers and writers (50% discount). Arrangements can be made for church boards, Bible …
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Posted in Inward Look, Oct 2007, Synergy

Do They Love Me?

Do you ever want people to love you, but instead they are mean to you, or worse, don’t even notice you? I admit it—I like attention. Sometimes I would rather be beaten than ignored. Being a pastor can be hard …
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Posted in Inward Look, June 2007, Synergy