Welcome to a fresh episode of the Front Pew! This week we are continuing our discussion on the importance and roles of the deacon in the local church. We are asking, "Who can be a deacon?" We also deal with some issues surrounding deacon ministry, such as, can a deacon be divorced? Can they drink? Can a woman be a deacon?
We started by talking about the recent church shooting in TN, then discussed the NFL protests, and even talked a little bit about funerals. Then we got on with it! We had fun with this one, and we hope you enjoy the conversation!
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Welcome to a fresh episode of the Front Pew! This week we decided to talk about deacons. Of course, this is definitely one of those subjects that pastors talk about on the front pew! We love those who serve as deacons in our churches, but we also know that sometimes the relationship between pastor and deacons can be difficult and confusing. So, we thought we would chat a little bit about it.
Also, in this episode we try to answer some listener email. It's the first time in a month that we have all been together to record, and we had a good time. We hope you enjoy listening.
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Welcome to a new episode of the Front Pew! We are glad you are listening in. This week is part 2 of our topic on knowing when it is time to resign and move to another ministry position. Last time we talked about this from the perspective of a senior pastor, and this week we jump in and talk about it from the perspective of a staff pastor.
Ben is out of the country, so it is just Chris and Matt. We hope that if you are a staff pastor, that this episode will be an encouragement and a help to you as you seek to serve the Lord faithfully in your ministry.
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Happy Labor Day! Welcome to a new episode of the Front Pew! We really do appreciate you listening to our little podcast, and we hope that in some way the Lord will use it to help you grow in your trust in Jesus.
Since our life on the Front Pew has been quite hectic of late, we thought that we would drop another sermon for you, that we hope is an encouragement to your soul. Ben has been preaching through Galatians, and in this sermon he deals with the issue of genuine transformation.
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Don't eat too much on this Labor Day!