You do not have enough time or energy to do everything that is expected of you. I’m in that same leaky boat.
Our private failures often result in public collateral damage.
Jacob finally came to the end of the line—and himself. The fear of Esau and Laban drove him to his knees.
Your ministry yellow light this summer might just be God calling you to himself afresh.
Here is the good/bad news: our church will do just fine without us.
Protect the joy of your ministry by refusing to let perfectionism sneak into it.
While I was in South Texas, I discovered not only the extent of the storm damage, but also the extent of the compassionate response from the beautiful body of Christ.
Pastor, would you agree that our profession is prone to sovereign surprises which are impossible to anticipate?
The most common complaint I hear from pastors is that they are overwhelmed.
If you are the lead/senior pastor, many will be blessed when you set the tone of your staff and leadership team by investing in those God has called to lead beside you.