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I was in high school when Joshua Harris’s book I Kissed Dating Goodbye captured the attention of the evangelical world. It kicked off a movement and inspired countless other books on dating and sexual purity. I read many of these, internalizing...

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As a pastor, you take on much of your flock’s burdens which add to your ever-increasing stress. In one day, you might go from the bedside of a dying church member to performing a funeral. Then return the next...

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In this age of cancel culture, individuals, institutions, and groups are publicly shamed for demonstrating or even just affirming an unpopular opinion or cultural value. When mass disapproval of the behavior...

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Brand new research shines a light on faith in the home – just in time for a country that is mostly staying home on Sunday mornings.   As a pastor in the time of COVID I’ve had to ask questions I’ve never asked before. The same is true of the many other pastors I’ve...

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Where do we start? Kids have so many digital distractions these days—as we’re sure you’ve noticed. There is something powerful competing with you for your grandchild’s attention. It’s not a brownie straight from the oven or a basketball waiting to be bounced. It’s an...

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Postmodernism: A Biblical Analysis Part 2

We now take up postmodernism’s general tenants two and three:  2). Community is important, but never static, it must always evolve.  3). Reality is perception, and perception is personal not corporate.  The reaction against a static community calls for the continual...

Postmodernism: A Biblical Analysis Part 1

Postmodernism: A Biblical Analysis Part 1

Postmodernism is the currently reigning world view of the so-called progressive/intellectual movement.  Its impact on society is hugely significant.  The church has not escaped its invasive influence.  Pastors, Biblical counselors, and other church leaders can expect...

Home Grown Faith

Home Grown Faith

Brand new research shines a light on faith in the home – just in time for a country that is mostly staying home on Sunday mornings.   As a pastor in the time of COVID I’ve had to ask questions I’ve never asked before. The same is true of the many other pastors I’ve...

Grandparenting and Managing Screen Time Competition

Grandparenting and Managing Screen Time Competition

Where do we start? Kids have so many digital distractions these days—as we’re sure you’ve noticed. There is something powerful competing with you for your grandchild’s attention. It’s not a brownie straight from the oven or a basketball waiting to be bounced. It’s an...

Postmodernism: A Biblical Analysis Part 2

Postmodernism: A Biblical Analysis Part 2

We now take up postmodernism’s general tenants two and three:  2). Community is important, but never static, it must always evolve.  3). Reality is perception, and perception is personal not corporate.  The reaction against a static community calls for the continual...

Postmodernism: A Biblical Analysis Part 1

Postmodernism: A Biblical Analysis Part 1

Postmodernism is the currently reigning world view of the so-called progressive/intellectual movement.  Its impact on society is hugely significant.  The church has not escaped its invasive influence.  Pastors, Biblical counselors, and other church leaders can expect...

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Dave Wike and his wife, Margie, live in Carolina Beach, NC with their four kids and their dog, Happy. When he’s not serving pastors, you can find him strumming his guitar, surfing, or hanging out with his family. He loves the Lord, and feels as though he has called him to caring for pastors time and time again.

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