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A Talk With a Buddhist Part 1 of 4

Recently, I was tasked with an assignment at seminary that called for me to interview someone with a different religious belief from mine. The purpose was to get to know someone and engage in a conversation that revealed what beliefs they had specifically. What follows is Part 1 of a series of posts that will describe my interaction with a self-proclaimed Buddhist. Part 1 I arrived on a Dallas Buddhist temple ground to interview a local Buddhist about their beliefs. Oddly enough, the first person I encountered was a Thai monk wearing an orange robe. The problem was he only spoke Thai.  I knew I...

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Volleyball faces Huston-Tillotson University

The Lady Crusaders had a slow start to their match on Tuesday, but turned it up after a winning a tight second set (28:26). All sets were within 5 points. We struggled to get ahead on the 5th set exchanging points back and forth. After a hard game, we lost by one point, ending the game at 2-3. Overall, this was the most consistent the team has played together in a while. We’re looking forward to our next home match on Saturday, Oct. 1 as we play Ozark Christian College at 1...

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Three Roles of a Worship Pastor

Recently, I was given the privilege of teaching a class of young worship leaders. I was asked to talk with them about something I wish that I had learned before I graduated. I am sure over the course of my education that the topic of worship pastor was covered, but I don’t know if I ever truly understood the weight until much later. What I wish I had understood was that the role of a worship pastor is threefold: pastor, theologian, and musician. And I believe that it is important to understand that musician should always come last.Over and...

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