To be a pastor is to live your life in public. Even when you’re off, you’re on.
FTC.co asks Noah Oldham, Lead Pastor at August Gate Church in Belleville, IL, “What advice would you give to a pastor on the verge of burnout?”
There are some good days, and certainly some fine people who encourage him, but he’s frustrated because the job God called him to do just cannot be done. He has many people to tend to, numbers of which are missing, and even those who are present are more than any average man could possibly care for—that is, really care for.
If you want to change the world, have the ultimate side-hustle, and be a modern prince of preachers, then by the grace of God be a servant of all.
What should a young pastor know about shepherding elderly church members?
The good news for the unspectacular pastor is this: “winning personality” is not found in the list of pastoral qualifications in 1 Timothy 3 or Titus 1.
Reflecting on pastoral transitions, Spurgeon shares nine lessons for pastors and church leaders to consider as they prepare their churches for the next pastor.
On this episode of the FTC Podcast, Jared Wilson and Ronni Kurtz discuss the blessing of low-maintenance church members — what they are and how to be one.
FTC.co asks Matt Chandler, lead pastor at The Village Church in Flower Mound, Texas, “What advice would you give to a pastor on the verge of burnout?”
As I grow older – and grow up, I hope – certain aspects of my preaching style are inevitably changing with me.