Pastor. Author. Speaker.“O God, from my youth you have taught me, and I still proclaim your wondrous deeds. So even to old age and gray hairs, O God, do not forsake me, until I proclaim your might to another generation, your power to all those to come."
PASTOR. AUTHOR. SPEAKER.
Timothy M. Shorey
As is clear from my site name and cover text, I am well-aware that I am nowhere near young anymore. But though I am in my 60s, I believe God wants me to keep serving my local church faithfully while simultaneously sharing with others what he has taught me over the first six decades of my life…
Tim aims to make every truth transformative and every story connect to the truth.
– Jeffrey S. Black
A focused and helpful plea for greater listening and learning in all our relationships.
– Ruth Naomi Floyd
Expertly crafted, this rich biblical treatment of relational and racial unity is a blessing.
– Diane Hunt
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His Way with Words
The Psalmist calls upon parents and grandparents to “tell to the coming generations the glorious deeds of the Lord, and his might, and the wonders that he has done…that they should set their hope in God…” (Psa. 78:1-7). This means that adults who have a spiritual...
Things We Cannot Understand We’ve been thinking about the futility of “Whyning”—the universal human impulse to ask Why about life’s painfully confusing and seemingly senseless mysteries. And we come now to a final reason why such Whyning is futile: there are many...
The Worst of Times? It was among the worst of times. Paul wrote his letter to Titus around 65AD, when Nero was emperor—a ruler who, along with predecessors like Caligula, would make former President Trump and current President Biden look like choir boys. These...