Saturday Shout-Outs: Friends, Sports, & Ministry Links

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  • Happy Veterans Day Weekend! We are grateful for the men and women who have sacrificed to preserve the freedoms we enjoy.

    Thanks for reading my blog this week. You can sign-up under the picture to the left to receive email updates of future posts.

    I am still praising God for the four years he has granted me to serve the Shiloh Metropolitan Baptist Church as its pastor.

    We are still praying for those in the North East who suffered through Sandy and are now dealing with a cold front of snow.

    A birthday shout-out to S. Wesley, one of the faithful members of the Shiloh Church staff who keeps me in line. Thanks for everything you do!

    Shout-out to my friends – George Hurtt, Romell Williams, Keelan Atkinson, & Jimmy Washington – for spending several days with me this week. I enjoyed the fellowship. And needed it!

    We sat in the cold Thursday night and watched the Jaguars get beat down by the Colts. It wasn’t even a game. The Jags remain winless at home.

    I cannot believe the Los Angeles Lakers fired Coach Mike Brown after only five games. I predict Phil Jackson will occupy the sideline for the third time. (By the way, there is absolutely no way the Lakers will compete against my Miami Heat this season. No way.)

    Brothers, train up the next generation.

    5 suggestions for young preachers from Mark Driscoll.

    The above article introduced me to a new website: Best Commentaries.

    How does a pastor disciple his wife? 

    7 things a pastor’s kid needs from a father.

    The consequences of sex before marriage by Allison Vesterfelt

    5 questions wives should not ask their husbands.

    Things NOT to say to your pastor after he preaches Sunday.

    More things NOT to say to your pastor after he preaches Sunday.

    Pastoral Longevity and Church Growth by Charles Arn

    Nine signs you may be addicted to social media

    How to write a good sympathy card.

    The best way to be a good father to your children is to be a good husband to their mother. – Jay Adams

    Do you have any shout-outs? Did you read anything this week worth sharing? Join the conversation in the comment section. 


    H.B. Charles Jr.

    Pastor-Teacher at the Shiloh Metropolitan Baptist Church of Jacksonville and Orange Park, Florida.