Tag Archive: pastor

Jun 02

Willing to wait

A pastor decided to change the order of service. He convinced himself that his congregation was bored and disinterested in his messages because they had been following the same format for several years. For years the ushers would take up the offering, the choir would sing and then he would preach. To “mix” things up …

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Mar 27

Clinging to the cross

By Greg Asimakoupoulos Like most pastors, my father had a fascination with the cross. He loved hymns that celebrated the mystery of Good Friday. His study at church had more than a few books on the atonement. Unlike many of his Evangelical colleagues, the wall over his desk boasted a crucifix. Even when my dad …

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Nov 16

Local pastor honored for service

It has been 24 years since Red Oak Baptist Church welcomed a new spiritual leader.  Wealthy in the Word, it was his own words that most impressed his reverent qualifications on his new congregation. He submitted the Holy Trinity as references.  The Father, Son and Holy Spirit are still giving him full endorsement.  Listing the …

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Sep 07

Local pastor honored

Alpine Presbyterian Church’s Dr. Richard Hollingsworth has achieved the rare golden anniversary mark as a pastor of his denomination. On September 9 he will be among other senior Presbyterian ministers to be honored at the conference of Grace Presbytery, which will be held at the First Presbyterian Church of Ft. Worth. After his graduation from …

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