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Confessions of a Small-Church Pastor
Chatham Virginia , 24531

About Chuck
  • Family: Chuck Warnock is senior pastor of Chatham Baptist Church in Chatham, VA. A graduate of Mercer University and Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Chuck is currently enrolled in Fuller Seminary’s DMin in Missional Leadership program. Chuck has planted a church in Greensboro, NC; worked with a Gypsy congregation in Atlanta; served as one of the first Single Adult Pastors among Southern Baptist churches; and, has owned his own international manufacturing business. Chuck has also written for Leadership Journal, which features his latest article in its Spring 2007 issue, Small Church, Big Impact. Debbie, Chuck’s wife, is an artist and gardener, and they live in an old Victorian house on Main Street.
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    Contributed on Jun 26, 2007
    based on 9 ratings

    Today is Father’s Day and I want us to look for a few moments at the portrait of a father that Jesus paints for us in Matthew’s gospel. What Jesus is doing here is Matthew’s gospel is the same thing that he has done so many times before – challenging the

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    Contributed on Jun 26, 2007
    based on 27 ratings

    This is a story that is familiar to those of us who grew up in Sunday School. The story of “Blind Bartimaeus” is what my Primary teacher called it. It’s the story of a man who was reduced to begging because he was blind. Unlike our day, in the first ce

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    Contributed on Jun 26, 2007
    based on 12 ratings

    Suppose everything we thought and believed about religion got stripped away from us in one horrific event. Suppose all the answers we thought we had to all the questions we thought people wanted answered, seemed hollow and empty.

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    Contributed on Jun 26, 2007
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    The events of the past week were a blur for Mary Magdalene. Only a week ago, she and dozens of Jesus’ followers celebrated his entry into Jerusalem with an impromptu parade. Mary Magdalene remembered how the shopkeepers and pilgrims, in Jerusalem for th