Your Preacher is a Sinner

Subscribe to Dr. Justin Imel, Sr. by Email I found the most unique TV program over the weekend—Killer Clergy—a program which details cases where preachers have turned into murderers. Without fail, the story is told of how preachers found themselves trapped in sin and they felt the only way out was to murder. But, surprisingly, […]

Lessons Learned on 9/11

Subscribe to Dr. Justin Imel, Sr. by Email September 11, 2001 is indelibly etched in the mind of every American who watched that day’s events unfold on television. We all remember where we were when we heard the news on that horrific day—I was in the bathroom at the sink brushing my teeth. My wife […]

What I Learned from Being in the Hospital

Subscribe to Dr. Justin Imel, Sr. by Email I had been having chest pains or several days, but at first, I didn’t think anything about it. When you suffer from Prinzmetal’s angina, a little chest pain here and there is nothing to be terribly concerned about. Just take your medication and keep the arteries open, […]

The Church’s Closing Ceremonies

Subscribe to Dr. Justin Imel, Sr. by Email Last night, I watched the closing ceremonies of the Rio Olympics. I always hate to see the Olympics close. I love the Summer Olympics—swimming, basketball, track and field, and, even rowing. But, as they say, all good things must come to an end. I love the church […]

WBI Sunday

Subscribe to Dr. Justin Imel, Sr. by Email On July 31 (my birthday, by the way), the church in McDonough, Georgia, hosted the first annual WBI Sunday to honor the work of World Bible Institute. That weekend, the WBI staff attended our first retreat, and that was the first time all of us were able […]