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Lesson 118: Abusive Church Leadership, Part I (Luke 20:45-21:4)Daniel Bennett02/24/2015
Lesson 53: The Bad Shepherd and the Good Shepherd (Matthew 23:13-39)David Anderson11/03/2014
Lesson 52: Big Shot Syndrome (Matthew 23:1-12)David Anderson11/03/2014
The Line In The SandGreg Koukl10/31/2014
10. Why We Should Sacrifice for Others (1 Corinthians 8:1-13)Jeffrey E. Miller10/29/2014
9. Why We Should Celebrate Singlehood (1 Corinthians 7:25-40)Jeffrey E. Miller10/21/2014
1 CorinthiansJeffrey E. Miller09/08/2014
16. Characteristics Of Healthy Churches (1 Peter 5:1–5)Gregory Brown07/30/2014
The 5 C’s of Small Group LeadershipMelanie Newton04/30/2014
14. God Conquers Cultural Conformity (Judges 19:1-20:11)Jeffrey E. Miller04/02/2014
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Question & Answers:

Regarding Galatians 3:28 and the "priesthood of the believer", why can't women be priests/ministers as well?
Can you please provide scripture and doctrine that explain whether our pastor can still be a pastor and church leader if he is being sued with regards to an affair he had over 10 years ago?
Should a church change the title from "deacon" to "coordinator"?
Can or should a Pastor who has been divorced by his wife continue in his role as pastor, even if the divorce was unbiblical?
Can I be a Pastor even though my wife was previously married and divored?
I gave money to a church for a building project that never happened. I asked for my money back and they told me it was gone. What can I do?
Is there any truth to my impression that if someone doesn't attend a leading seminary you can't really progress in scholarship? Does a person have to have a doctorate to be considered a scholar?
On the plurality of elders, does the popular practice of designating the presiding elder as the pastor have scriptural support?
In light of 1 Tim 2:12, when Paul states that women should not teach or exercise authority over men, do you feel that women should not preach in church, other than to a group of women or children? How about young men teaching?
Is it true that "Once a pastor, always a pastor?" How do you interpret Romans 11:29?
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