Maybe Both

I  had the privilege of directing the Doctor of Ministry program at Southeastern for several years and have always loved the students. The program is in far better hands now but I still get to interact some with them. One of the reasons I enjoy these students so much, is the fact that probably close to […]

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The Discipline of Why

The wonderful team of people I have the privilege of serving here at Southeastern talk about a principle all of the time. I have come to refer to it simply as the “Discipline of Why?” The Discipline of Why Principle goes something like this: “Why?” must always precede “Who?” which must always precede “What?” which […]

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One vs. millions

Through our Global Theological Initiative we have the privilege of engaging in educational, leadership development partnership cohorts on five continents. We are literally training trainers for the international church all around the world and North America. God continues to raise up faithful church leaders. We can learn much from one another. Because of our partnerships, […]

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The Whole Great Commission

Whole. Complete. All parts present. I have been dwelling on the concept of wholeness lately. I had a conversation with a pastor the other day and we ran down a rabbit trail of discussion and concerns about holistic ministry and fulfilling the whole Great Commission. It made us both pause and reflect on how effectively […]

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Lessons from South Sudan

As I write this post, I am sitting in front of a desk fan about the size of a grapefruit in the mid day heat of Uganda not far from the borders of both the Congo and South Sudan. I am here with our president, Danny Akin and Scott Hildreth, director of our Center for […]

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