Tag Archives: William Still

Has Dave Harvey been reading Mr Still?

I have been benefitting from the opening chapters of Dave Harvey’s great little book “Am I Called?  The summons to Pastoral Ministry”  I picked it up to help me with discernment for others and am finding it an encouragement to … Continue reading

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William Still on the pastor’s relationship to the Word of God

I love the Word of God and spend lots of time in it and with it. I was converted under the ministry of William Still and love this little summary of the pastor’s relationship to the Word of God. To … Continue reading

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David Wells on the shallowness of postmoderns

Continuing on the theme of postmodernism on this week’s blog, David Wells has observes, in “The supremacy of Christ in a postmodern world” that: “Postmoderns are remarkably nonchalant about the meaninglessness that they experience in life.  Reading the works of … Continue reading

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Spurgeon: Feed your kids beside the shepherds’ tents

William Still, the Church of Scotland minister under whose preaching ministry I was converted, had a phrase “pastor, feed the sheep on such truth that men are called to Christ” [The Work of the Pastor]. C.H. Spurgeon uses similar language … Continue reading

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What ever happened to the devil?

At a camp planning meeting a while ago, I suggested that the devil might go alongside a list of people who is thought to have control in the world. Gordon Brown, George Dubya Bush, Osama Bin Laden and the British … Continue reading

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100th post: Transforming Grace Top 10 (2007-08)

This is my 100th post. And, as it’s summer time, I’m going to take a blog break. I’m doing a CPAS youth summer camp at Edgehill school in Devon then having a rest. I’ve now blogged for about 8 months … Continue reading

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Don’t believe everything you read in…

…Christianity Today I have never posted twice in a day, but it seems that Christianity Today has been using journalistic licence when reporting on Willow Creek, and so here’s a link. In a short interview, Bill Hybels responds to the … Continue reading

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