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Spiritual Warfare

  For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the powers, against the world rulers of this darkness, against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavens. (Ephesians 6:12 NET) Reality Spiritual warfare is … Continue reading

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Waypoints: Plotting a Course to Calling Onward!

Continuing the course to my call. The conclusion of my story is hopefully a long way off, so instead of a conclusion, I will put my aspirations for the future and reflect on growth that I need to continue making.  … Continue reading

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Waypoints: Plotting a Course to Calling Waypoint 5: Denver Seminary

Waypoint 5 – Denver Seminary, Littleton, CO             We arrived to Denver, Colorado pleased that our hard work and efforts had paid off in us being able to afford buying a condo at a rate where our monthly mortgage payments … Continue reading

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Waypoints: Plotting a Course to Calling Waypoint 4: Galilee Baptist Church

Waypoint 4 – Galilee Baptist Church, Portland, ME Galilee Baptist Church Much of my skill and competency was augmented at my first paid ministry position as Director of Christian Education at Galilee Baptist Church in Gorham, ME.  One aspect of … Continue reading

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Waypoints: Plotting a course to calling Waypoint 3: Gordon College

Waypoint 3 – Adelphi University, Bayport, NY I returned to Long Island to pursue my MSW from a rather prestigious clinical social work school (ranked in top ten of all CSW schools).  I purposed to develop my counseling skills and … Continue reading

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Waypoints: Plotting a course toward calling Launching

  The pursuit of calling is like charting and navigating a course on the sea. My hometown is on the Great South Bay on the south shore of Suffolk County, New York.  There are some trips that are memorized and … Continue reading

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Ministry Experience

I’ve been bi-vocational for awhile, often Social Work has taken the lead, as I am a clinical social worker and that has enabled me to get my ministry degrees.  Also, if you consider all a social worker does, you can … Continue reading

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Theology of Marriage

My sister is getting married today, found this in my seminary papers, posting here in their honor. The pastoral care giver is often asked counsel to married people around them and premarital counseling practice.  I want to share a brief … Continue reading

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Think Orange: Conclusions How to Bring the Family and Church together

    Family and The Church The Think Orange group, outlined in their book how the church and family need each other to build generations of Christians, building stronger families helps the church grow and the Church’s focus on the … Continue reading

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Think Orange: Family

Think Orange continues to emphasize the value of family in the role of the spiritual development in the lives of the children. Parents have a role that is as critical as the church’s role when it comes to influencing the … Continue reading

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