Does your writing preaching lack the conviction it deserves? 
Is your preaching peppered with, “I was thinking about…” “Here are my thoughts on…” “In my opinion…” “The way I see it…” “I think…” If so, you are fatally undermining your message and you need to apply Ben Reed’s counsel for writers to your preaching.

Old Pastors
“Some of the most beautiful people I know are old pastors. They’re not pretty, certainly, but they are beautiful….”

A Ten Commandments Prayer
Paul Tautges provides a searching prayer that should aid self-counseling. There’s so much in this, it might be a good idea to print it out and pray one “commandment” a day.

How to evaluate a new counseling technique
Some really helpful, balanced advice from Phil Monroe on how to assess different counseling methodologies (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3).

Tips for confronting a fellow church member
Ten guidelines from Jonathan Leeman.

11 Countries in 1 minute
3 guys, 44 days, 11 countries, 18 flights, 38 thousand miles, an exploding volcano, 2 cameras and almost a terabyte of footage…

MOVE from Rick Mereki on Vimeo.

  • Bob Kellemen

    I think I kind’a, possibly, perhaps, may have liked and potentially could benefit I guess from that link about writing with conviction…

  • David Murray

    No need to be so dogmatic, Bob.

    • Bob Kellemen

      I’m glad you “got” my humor. That post has actually been running through my mind with EVERY word I have typed the past 24 hours!