If you want to lead well, begin by leading yourself well.
Who in your church do you need to actively love? What will that look like? Will you take the time and make the sacrifice to learn how to love others?
Disciple-making, and pastoral ministry, in secular culture is slow, difficult work. It tests our ability to simply love people, leaving our agendas at …
This is Pastoral Care for Pastors, a newsletter about helping pastors take care of themselves through healthy self-care habits. Please check out my new…
Dear Pastor, Every pastor has times where ministry is flowing along seamlessly, where the work of ministry seems effortless, feelings of love fill the …
Dear Pastor, I’m sure you’ve heard the saying, “Patience is a virtue.” You’ve probably said it many times, especially if you have children. Do you beli…
Dear Pastor, No matter how long you’ve been in ministry, you have experiences and stories that will be helpful to others. I had been a youth minister f…
Dear Pastor, Do you take a day off each week? If you do, are you consistent in keeping it free from work-related tasks and meetings? A true day off is …
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