Five From the Files

For the Weekend of December 18, 2020

Back to the archives again, though I have some great stuff waiting for you on Monday. For those who are not familiar with the “Five from the Files” idea, I have been sharing some articles that I’ve saved that go back a few years. What we read online seems here today and gone tomorrow, and there are some treasures that I’m unearthing in these posts. I hope you will find something helpful.

How is your church organized? How does the way your church is organized reveal what your church is all about? Timmy Brister wrote a good piece on Structuring the Church for Maximum Edification. (2012)

Back in 2012, Russell Moore wrote a really great piece on the humanity of Christ and why it matters. Let this one sink in. (2012)

One of the most difficult issues couples can face is infertility. As a pastor you may find yourself counseling a couple dealing with this. Here are five things they would want you to know. (2012)

Al Mohler writes about “Celebrating Christmas in the Face of Grief and Death” (2012)

Ron Edmondson provide some solid advice on the content of premarital counseling. (2012)

Have a great weekend!

Author: Peter Bogert

Married to Laura, with three adult children, 7 grandchildren. I’m an avid baseball fan, and I enjoy listening to audiobooks about military history, and reading Theology. I was ordained a Baptist pastor and served two churches over a 41 year period. After a three year hiatus I'm glad to be serving at Calvary Bible Fellowship Church in Coopersburg, PA. And I’m glad you stopped by!

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