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The Quieting and Correcting Role of Elders: Helpful Links

To help FFCers and other InkLink readers properly understand, not only the textual angle of Titus 1:10-16, but also the practical applications, here are some helpful links. Some I referenced in the message; others I did not. I pray all, however, will be profitable. Love Your Neighbor Enough to Speak the Truth Should Shepherd Expose […]

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Leading in Light of Hatred on the Horizon

Of the many sessions and workshops at this year’s Pastors’ Conference, one that is still rolling around in my head and heart is the opening service with Dr. Paul Nyquist. Why? Because of the practical nature of his application. In fact, he left us with four ways to lead in light of the future. But […]

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My Top 5

With new readers each month, often previous posts go unnoticed or unread. So each January I like to provide a quick list of the previous year’s top 5 posts (i.e., most-read). But underneath the stats is an intriguing observation. It’s not surprising that the two most-read posts last year dealt with suffering, for pain is […]

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“The Heart and Hands of a Spiritual Shepherd”

After four installments dealing with how shepherds are to biblically deal with wolves, it’s appropriate to take a minute to see how Scripture portrays a shepherd’s interaction with the sheep. And to help us with that is fellow FFCer Nick Moklestad, a young man in our congregation who is part of E3 (our church’s primary […]

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