Gospel Gazette Online
Volume 19 Number 5 May 2017
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Rodney Nulph, Associate Editor

Louis RushmoreEditors, Rodney Nulph and Louis Rushmore, invite you to enjoy the May edition of Gospel Gazette Online. In addition, thousands of articles are archived for you. Enjoy!

In This Issue

Page 2: Deacons Serve Louis Rushmore, Editorial
Page 2: The Truth about Sin Rodney Nulph, Editorial
Page 3: The Role of a Shepherd Gary C. Hampton
Page 3: Straying Sheep but a Faithful Shepherd Robert Johnson
Page 4: Learning to Walk Royce Pendergrass
Page 4: Friendly Fire T. Pierce Brown
Page 5: Guard Your Steps! Denny Petrillo
Page 5: Transformation Andy Robison
Page 6: Women Preachers and Edlers? Clarence Lavender
Page 6: Heaven Is Better by Far! Mark N. Posey
Page 7: Funerals Speak to the Lives of the Deceased Marilyn LaStrape
Page 7: If Martha Lynn Rushmore
Page 8: The Christian 911 Steven Haguewood
Page 8: Paul Beneath the Surface Andy Robison
Page 9: The Importance of Being Tied into Christ Mark T. Tonkery
Page 9: Appreciating the Biblical Work of Elders Ronald D. Reeves
Page 10: God Saves Jefferson Sole
Page 10: One of These Days I'm Gonna... Ernest S. Underwood
Page 11: Faith to Get You through to the End Ed Benesh
Page 11: The Word of Life James Chaisson
Page 12: Hearing but Not Believing Raymond Elliott
Page 12: Bishops Mark McWhorter
Page 13: I Am Busy, Lord Dean Kelly
Page 13: Situation Ethics Derek Broome
Page 14: Regrets Donald R. Fox
Page 14: Did You Notice? Chad Ezelle
Page 15: Excuses, Excuses, Excuses! Brian R. Kenyon
Page 15: Things I Know Therman Hodge
Page 16: Q&A: Can a Pastor Be an Elder? Louis Rushmore
Page 16: Q&A: Please Explain Ephesians 4:11 Louis Rushmore

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