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KMK

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  1. Agreed. Paul spent time as a 'tent-maker', but admitted (in 1 For 9), that it wasn't the ideal. I spent ten years as a bivocational pastor in a small church in a small town. The long term problem is congregations get used to it, and want to keep things the way they are. After all, when you don't have to pay a full salary, that leaves revenue for other things. That said, here in California the cost of living is so high, churches with less than 100 givers cannot afford a building and a pastor.
  2. I remember hearing Bobby McFerrin give similar advice when asked how young singers could develop their potential. He told them to sing...all the time. In the car, in the shower, in line at the bank, always be singing. Its fun, so why stop?
  3. Also, I sent you a private message.
  4. The Tupperware one was best!
  5. She very politely declined as my project is not exactly in her wheel house. She did make a recommendation that looks promising.
  6. It seems most of you are Fiction writers, but does anyone have recommendations for Nonfiction/Theology editors?
  7. When I tried Scrivener five years ago, I found it clunky. Word suits me fine, but maybe I don't know what I am missing. Does Scrivener lend itself more to fiction or nonfiction?
  8. I like the way the Westminster Confession of Faith puts it:
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