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It is not often that our children are home with us. But when they are, we have a lot of fun—talking, laughing, and taking a lot of photographs. While looking at some of those pictures taken recently, it suddenly dawned on me that my children are no longer growing up. They are now grown! Our daughter…

Willie E. Hucks II

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I met a retired pastor this past weekend who asked me if we had published any articles in Ministry on “How to die well.” His question startled me at first, then caused me to do some deep personal reflection. How do you die well? Death is an enemy (1 Corinthians 15:26). Even when people…

Derek Morris

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In a recent blog, Thom Rainer shared some lessons learned by pastors entitled “Seven Do-Overs Pastors Wish They Had.”1 The first do-over caught my attention in an age when people fire off text messages and emails with barely a moment’s thought for the long-term consequences.

One…

Derek Morris

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In mid-March our washing machine stopped working properly. With two loads of clothes that needed immediate attention, I placed them in the car and drove to a nearby laundromat, taking with me a newspaper and book to occupy the time. “We just bought this washing machine a few years ago,” I grumbled…

Willie E. Hucks II

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