Jenkins Foresees a Famine of the Word of God

Today’s guest blogger is Rev. Jonathan Jenkins. Jon is pastor of the Klingerstown Lutheran Parish in the mountains of central Pennsylvania. He was one of four presenters at a public forum of the Tri-Valley Ministerium on the question, “Can the church survive?” About 100 members of the public participated. Public Forum: “Will the church survive?” […]

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Reid Satterfield Commencement Address

Reid Satterfield is an editor for T2Pneuma Publishers LLC, the former director of the Pierce Center at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in Charlotte, NC, a guest blogger on T2Pneuma.net (link),  and a good friend.  Reid commenced in May 2015 and gave the address on behalf of the graduates.  I commend it to your listening (press here).

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Guest Blogger David Wilkinson: Answer the Call!

Our guest blogger today is Chaplain David Wilkinson of the Loudoun County Fire and Rescue. Answer the Call! The recruitment campaign for Loudoun County Fire and Rescue has a double meaning for those who serve as Chaplains. We answer not only the call to help people, but also a call from God. Without the call from God, […]

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The Potter’s House Ministry by Chris Looker

Our guest blogger today, Pastor Chris Looker, invites us to consider the potter’s work by learning the fine art of pottery throwing on the pottery wheel. Potter’s House Ministry The Potter’s House ministry began at First Presbyterian Church of Annandale this past September as a pilot program for 8 weeks.  The objectives of the program were […]

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A New Life in an Old Land by Thomas Smith

Our guest blogger this week is Pastor Thomas Smith who works with his family as a missionary to the reformed churches in Croatia, a part of the former communist country of Yugoslavia. A New Life in an Old Land Sparkling crystal clean water along pristine beaches on hundreds of islands and inlets loom large on the […]

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Called Again: Of Bovine and Boxers by Reid Satterfield

This morning’s guest blogger, Reid Satterfield, writes about a learning experience as a missionary in Uganda.  Reid hails from Charlotte, NC. Reflection on Cows One evening—when we still lived in Northwest Uganda—April and I were awakened by the sound of footfalls just outside of our bedroom window.  Alarmed, I jumped out of bed, grabbed a […]

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My Life as a College Student by Frank Hiemstra

Our guest blogger this morning is Frank Hiemstra from Centreville, VA. My Life as a College Student When I came to college, I wanted thrill and adventure.  I thought I could fulfill these desires by partying, getting good grades, getting girls … getting mine.  Things worked that way for a while, but I was never […]

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