February 1, 2010

Dangerous Calling

Dangerous Calling

Two messages by Paul Tripp at the 2010 Desiring God Pastor’s pre-conference seminar.

The Pastor: Who Do We Think He Is Anyway?

Ministry is war. That war is not fought in programs or finances. It is fought on the turf of your heart.

The greatest danger to the church of Christ…rests in the heart of the person that stands in the pulpit.

The Pastor: Not Yet Perfect, Still Under Attack.

If you are aware that there are incongruities in your public and personal life, then seek help. You are not designed to do this thing by yourself. Your ministry is a community project.

If God doesn’t rule your mundane, then he doesn’t rule your life.

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