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The Preacher Unmasked: Preachers Get Discouraged

by Bryant Evans on April 10, 2014

Preachers have it all together, right? They have the direct line to God and have all their problems worked out, don’t they? They preach about happiness, contentment and service to the Lord and they certainly talk about heaven. I guess that have it all figured out, right? No. I know a young man who once […]

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Preacher Revelations

by Bryant Evans on April 10, 2014

I came across an article that I found intriguing. It fits with the recent articles I’ve been writing about preachers. I’ll drop the link here and comment no further. 10 Things Pastors Hate to Admit Publicly (I know that preacher and pastor are not interchangeable but read the article anyway). Follow Preacher's Study Blog on […]

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The Preacher Unmasked: Preachers Sin

by Bryant Evans on March 26, 2014

A preacher counsels a married woman and finds himself in an illicit relationship with her. Word leaks and soon both the preacher and the woman and separated from their spouses, children are stunned and embarrassed and the church is crippled by the public sin. In another town a preacher’s computer is taken for repair and […]

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The Preacher Unmasked: Preachers Have Bad Days

by Bryant Evans on March 25, 2014

Some days stink. You oversleep. You get a cold shower because your teenagers took all the hot water. Then you break a shoelace. The car is out of gas. You are late for the meeting with the elders. Your Bible is suddenly missing. In the middle of the meeting your wife calls to tell you […]

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The Preacher Unmasked: Preachers Struggle with Faith

by Bryant Evans on March 24, 2014

Where are you Lord? Are you listening? Do you hear me? Lord? Are you real? Where are you Lord? Are you listening? Do you hear me? Lord? Are you real? Those words could come from your preacher. The Bible teaches that faith is the “substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen” […]

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