Pastoring a church comes with plenty of highs and lows. It also comes with extended periods of time on emotional plateaus. Sam shares three things leaders can do while leading on the plateau.
Three Lessons for Cross-Cultural Evangelism — John Folmar
In the past, cross-cultural evangelism was mostly a focus of those headed overseas. But as our country has become more and more diverse, it’s something those of us in America need to be more familiar with and better equipped at.
Dozens of blog posts could be written on what one should do as a new pastor. But Jason’s advice is probably the best a new pastor could follow: Start slow.
A healthy relationship with your spouse requires good communication. For those of you who are married, weekly—or maybe even daily—conversations like Mike outlines would be beneficial.
Bible reading and prayer have become somewhat difficult to maintain in the digital age. David lists some of the obstacles we face in trying to make prayer and Bible reading a regular part of our lives.
Last week, Eric shared how long a few well-known pastors spent in sermon prep. This week, he asks six not-as-famous pastors the same question.
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