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Pastors’ Kids Don’t Want Superman; They Want a Loving, Present Father

Barnabas Piper gives a voice to PKs, helps pastors avoid some of the common pitfalls, and encourages churches to better understand the pressures on their pastor and his family.

4 Ways to Overcome the Monday Morning “Preaching Hangover”

You may call it something different, but every pastor knows about it. It is the mental, emotional, and spiritual crash that takes place the next day (Monday) as a result of pouring your heart and soul out in the proclamation of God’s Word to God’s people the day before.

7 Questions about "Once Saved, Always Saved"

Once saved, always safe. To say otherwise, and to preach it, might be something akin to insulting the Holy Spirit.

How Often Do You Talk about Domestic Violence?

A new survey found most Protestant senior pastors seldom address domestic violence from the pulpit.

How Your Church Can Change the World

If you approach church as a place to passionately pursue Jesus and devote yourself to fulfilling His purposes, then you and your church can be a part of changing the world for the better. Here’s how...

Christian Leaders Must be Readers

Can it be true that we no longer read? Could this explain why many churches struggle to recruit leaders for various ministry needs?

  • Kenneth S. Hemphill |
  • June 26, 2014 |
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9 Warning Signs of a Pastor Losing His Way

The pathway to being lost in the middle of your own ministry story is a road that has been traveled by many. Inspecting their journey can help you understand yours.

The Threefold Antidote to Timidity

Paul gathers together three key terms here that most people don’t naturally think of as belonging with each other. Any one of them by itself is usually not enough. Two of them together are much better. But all three are necessary for a full-orbed personality of godly leadership.

Why Do Churches Ask for So Much Money?

Dr. Roger shares 5 important reasons why churches should talk about money and ask for it consistently.

10 Ways to Prevent Failure in Your Ministry

Burnout. Ineffectiveness. Moral flaws. Can you get past these issues to Prevent Ministry Failure?

6 Ways to Keep Visitors Coming Back to Church

It’s not about numbers; it’s about souls who know Jesus. But we should all pray that the Lord would add to our number day by day those who are being saved.

How Can a Pastor’s Desire for Significance Harm His Family?

This controlling posture in the church can easily be camouflaged as faithfulness and zeal to labor hard in the work of the ministry. However, it eventually leads to two common results: burn out and family neglect.

Pastors aren't Born but Formed

Here are three important lessons on mentorship for both younger and older pastors.

Rick Warren to Pastors: ‘There is No Testimony Without a Test’

Sharing how he has coped after his son’s suicide, Rick Warren urges pastors to let their times of suffering be acts of ministry.

The Tension of Preparation and Prayer

Life is all about tension. Growth and decay. Light and dark. We see it in our spiritual lives, too. Even in prayer.

“So Peter Opened His Mouth” — The Preacher’s Calling Reduced to Five Powerful Words

The most amazing thing about preaching is the fact that God chose to use human mouths for his message. It is astounding that God has willed that the earth shall hear his voice by means of the human voice.

What are the Basic Requirements for Your Pastoral Internship?

What do pastoral internships look like at our church? Here's what's expected.

7 Things I've Learned in 7 Years as a Pastor

I pray that what follows may benefit the pastors among us as well as those who love and support them.

Tullian’s Apology

Apologizing is hard, especially in the outrage culture of social media. It becomes easy to see life as a political campaign in which the goal is to vaporize one’s opponents and to be seen as “right.” In a culture like that, apologizing seems like losing.

Staying Creative

One of the challenges in any sphere of life, particularly ministry, is staying creative. And it’s an important challenge.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • June 02, 2014 |
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Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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