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Accountability Accountaschmility

A couple weeks ago, I mentioned in one of my posts that "Often the way we use accountability is a stupid thing because it doesn’t actually accomplish anything. But if used well, it can be a powerful tool."  It was suggested that I devote an entire post to this topic and I planned on doing so...until I read these two posts by Tullian Tchividjian.  He so nailed ...

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An Open Letter To Pastors

During the course of Riv’s current series on 1 Timothy, I am blogging about stuff I can't get to during the weekend services.  Today, I am posting an open letter to my brothers who pastor in Jesus' church around the world.  This is going to be a longer post than normal but I feel like I have to address something and it's going to take more than a few words to ...

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Mentors and Heroes

I remember having lunch with an older guy when I was in college. I didn't know him very well, but his commitment to Jesus was evident. At the end of our lunch, I asked him if he would mentor me. To my shock, he said, "no." I was floored. I mean, who wouldn't want to mentor someone? Of course, in my youthful naivete, I assumed this guy was just making ...

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Mentor Week

A few years ago, I blogged about people who had mentored me that year (with or without realizing it). It was a good exercise for me for two reasons. 1. It helped me be thankful for people God has placed in my life each season. People come in and out of our lives. When we meet someone new, we are often excited about the new friendship, influence, etc. It's ...

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