We are changed. All of us. Changed. You might think I am referring to the miracle of the new birth in Christ Jesus. And indeed, every Christian has been and is being and shall be changed! But I am actually referring to the impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had upon us. It has changed us. Some more than others. But changed we are, every single one of us. In some ways, for g...Keep Reading
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This podcast featuring Pastor Keith and Biblical Counselor Lori Beard digs into the topic of depression This podcast is the second episode in a series of episodes so watch for more content right here and on our website at corydonbaptist.org To view the first episode, follow the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=txncWruGBIY ...
This podcast featuring Pastor Keith and Biblical Counselor Lori Beard digs into the topic of suicide This podcast is the third episode in a series of episodes so watch for more content right here and on our website at corydonbaptist.org To view the first episode, follow the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=txncWruGBIY Second Episode: https://youtu.be/2V9VTosFwG8 ...
Yes, it feels really weird to be writing this blog post. After all, I am a pastor. But I am convinced this post, and others like it, are critically important for churches today. Rather than try and say all I want to say, I think I will simply let well-known pastor, Thabiti Anyabwile, say it for me (DON'T MAKE YOUR PASTOR A STATISTIC). And my conclusion is that for all t...Keep Reading
Every pastor I have ever known has experienced discouragement. And many of the "great" preachers / pastors in church history have battled seasons of depression and melancholy. Spurgeon being the classic example here. We pastors are human and our calling baptizes us daily in trench spiritual warfare. Sometimes our discouragement is unwarranted. A pity party for which we mu...Keep Reading