Jeremy Austill
  • I will admit, I always read the book of Proverbs a little tentatively. In general, we are prone to take advice from people who have a moral authority, who stand on the moral high ground, who have lived very well what they preach. When we come to
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  • Many young men my age can recall Saturday morning and after school moments spent, milk and cookies in hand, staring at the tube as G.I. Joe forces once again outsmarted and out skilled Cobra Commander. iykyk Those who logged such hours remember
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  • I was recently asked about advice I would offer to young people who feel a “call to ministry”. Specifically, the question focused on next steps and post high school academic pursuits, but I couldn’t help but share a couple of
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  • I have spent a lifetime following Jesus. For the majority of that lifetime I have remained on the path of growth. It has been a deep desire to increasingly BE like Christ. Over time, I have evolved through varying ideas on what that is and what
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  • As a Christian, we need to come to terms with something. If we are going to navigate the tumultuous terrain of our present society in a way that resembles this Jesus we call our Lord, we must drag ourselves up above the fray. Let’s start
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  • In our society, we tend to gravitate toward valuing titles. We often categorize what we do in life by using those titles. This is especially true in church society. We have pastors, bishops, evangelists, teachers, prophets, apostles, worship
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  • I recently read an article that provoked me to thought. I’ll link it below, but beware, it’s a bit of a lengthy, academic read. Here is the article: “American Evangelicalism isn’t Feminized or Patriarchal, it’s
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  • Men, we need you. The church needs you. Society needs you. I’ll begin by showing you the results of research from pewforum.org The slow decline of the presence of men in church congregations through the years is not news. Pastors have been
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  • It seems the popular trend is for Christians to come, hat in hand, to the “world” apologizing for all the wrongs found in the church. Along the way, make sure you aren’t inadvertently apologizing for being Christian. Make sure you aren’t doing
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  • An article written by Adam Steinbach, student pastor at Memphis 1st AG. I have three kids living at my house. I suppose I shouldn’t call my two oldest ‘kids’ any longer as they are now in the youth ministry that I lead! How did I get here?! Time
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Jeremy Austill

Thank you for visiting my site. In recent years I have sensed the assignment of my life gravitating toward investing in the soul health and rich spiritual formation of God's people. Through the art of writing, it is my hope to befriend you and join you on a journey toward all that Jesus makes available for those the Father calls sons and daughters.

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