Monthly Archives: January 2005

The perfect pastor

A recent survey has compiled all the qualities that people expect from the perfect pastor. Here we share some of them with you. Results of a computerized survey indicated that the perfect pastor preaches exactly 12 minutes. He frequently condemns … finish reading The perfect pastor

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The words ‘charismatic’ and ‘pentecostal’ have passed their use-by dates

Two adjectives which seem to have passed their use-by dates are ‘charismatic’ and ‘pentecostal’. Where used as a noun, e.g. as part of a church name, ‘Pentecostal’ has some usefulness in that it describes a historic path through which that … finish reading The words ‘charismatic’ and ‘pentecostal’ have passed their use-by dates

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Managed Friendship

Does the following sound like some churches you’ve known?   Mal Dow   ——————————————————————————————   Welcome to Managed Friendship, a whole new way of thinking about friends and relationships! The Managed Friendship Plan (MFP) combines all the advantages of a … finish reading Managed Friendship

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Crossing Over – a word from Rick Joyner

I found this word from Rick Joyner, about the significance of the tsunami disaster, a challenge. What do you think? – Mal. Crossing Over by Rick Joyner January 10, 2005 The recent earthquake and tsunamis that struck so many countries … finish reading Crossing Over – a word from Rick Joyner

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History of Medicine

I found this while researching material for one of my websites I have an earache: * 2000 B.C. -Here, eat this root. * 1000 A.D. -That root is heathen. Here, say this prayer. * 1850 A.D. -That prayer is superstition. … finish reading History of Medicine

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