It is excruciating for me to recall some of the dumb things I did. I am so grateful for church members who demonstrated love and grace.
One of the most painful and personal aspects of a pastor’s ministry is the departure of church members.
The search committee promised to follow up. The pastor left with a sense that this church would be his next church. Then silence.
What if I told you I could help you get 10 or more hours of your week back? That’s like having an extra three weeks a year.
More churches are doing nothing regarding outreach rather than something.
Most pastors and church leaders have never received formal training in relational skills.
Pastors and other church staff have a plethora of stories to tell about weddings they have officiated. Unfortunately, they are often constrained. Not today.
I can see incredible church revitalization taking place if church members took on their own responsibilities of sermon preparation.
Your pastor is not likely to let you know the pain these brief sentences cause. But, for most pastors, they hurt.
Most of the large church growth today is taking place at multisite churches.