Dr. Thomas A. Andrew is about to retire. For two decades Dr. Andrew has been the chief forensic pathologist in the State morgue in Concord, N.H.

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Sir Max Hastings FRSL FRHist was born as the Second World War came to an end. He went on to become a distinguished British journalist, foreign correspondent for the BBC, prolific author, and historian of World War II.

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Twelve years ago I had a magnificent obsession with C.S. Lewis’ The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. Here’s how it found its way into my sermon on 30 October 2005 when I addressed Matthew 23:1-12

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It may be the most important, least understood, and most challenging strategy of all:

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Three years ago, I preached on Matthew 23:1-12, this Sunday’s Gospel. It is interesting to revisit old sermons. Here is what I said on Sunday 2 November 2014, from back in the days when my sermons were written out.

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After I am done apologizing for being a man, I am going to have to start publicly repenting for being a Christian. It is hard sometimes to know which is more ridiculous.

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IASP has an offspring.

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The strategies for staying together that I believe have helped the people in the church I serve to continue together in ministry with the same person in leadership for so long, are not so much “strategies” as they are attitudes.

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All of the strategies for staying together in ministry are pretty simple; none of them is easy.

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It was pointed out to me yesterday that my “Safe Sex” post really does not go far enough.

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