Pastoral Reflection

Pastoral Reflection

What Happened to the United Methodists

In this post pastor Sean looks at the issues facing the United Methodist church from a Baptist perspective. As their vote to change the denomination comes closer, we want to take a look at what led the UMC on its current path.   Check out Pastor Sean’s latest post on[…]

The Benefits of Prohibition

Below Pastor Sean writes on an important topic, alcohol. He challenges us to rethink our open stance on drinking and ministry. Click on the link below to read the article.   The Benefits of Prohibition

Look for the Yellow Hats

Right doctrine leads to right practice. Pastor Sean explains how Southern Baptists put the doctrine of the imago Dei into practice through the Southern Baptist Disaster Relief agency in todays post. Look for the Yellow Hats

Five Pastoral Reflections

Below is a blog post from our pastor reflecting on pastoring for six months.   Five Pastoral Reflections

Immigration, Families, Church, and Christ

Immigration, Children, and Families and Christ By Sean Wegener Senior Pastor Summerville First Baptist Church A Complicated Border History Before we try to tackle the current immigration issue in terms of politics or policy, let’s face the grim reality of our own poor history with immigration policy. Here in Georgia[…]

Reflections on Pastoring for Three Months

I love the Easter season. After Easter season is complete, I like to take a time to reflect on how I grew as a Christian over the previous year. The passage below is a reflection on growth, including a reflection on pastoring for three months. Need to Work On Scripture[…]

Pitfalls in Pastoring

With our pastoral installation service coming up on February 11th, I’ve taken some time to reflect on my short tenure as pastor at Summerville First Baptist Church. Below I’ve listed four pitfalls which continue to tempt me in my work as pastor. Forgetting to pray prior to working in the[…]