Preaching at someone's funeral is one of the most difficult aspects of pastoral ministry. It is all the more difficult when it is the funeral service of a loved one or a beloved member of the church. However, the most challenging of all is preaching the funeral of someone who was almost certainly an unbeliever.

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No Little Women

A women’s sphere of influence is vast – home, church, work, and beyond.  It is important for the Church to invest in them and equip them to be discerning; recognizing bad doctrine and understanding that theology has practical application in their everyday lives. Aimee Byrd shows in her new book No Little Women: Equipping All Women in the Household of God how strengthening women in the church strengthens the whole Church.

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