What is the one thing the next generation of pastors needs to know?
With self-pity, the gospel breaks into my self-sympathizing tendencies and reminds me that because of Christ’s death and resurrection, I get far more sympathy than I deserve.
I know that many pastors say it’s impossible to let your guard down with the members of your church.
How can a pastor protect his family, his church, and himself from moral failing?
Wisdom is knowing when to speak and when to hold your peace, when to move and when to keep still.
God’s purpose is always for your worry to be transformed into worship.
The proud preacher can’t stand to be criticized, let alone critiqued.
The minister is to be at God’s disposal, sensing and seeking his leadership for where he would have the minister go and to whom he would have the minister serve.
Pastors have a weighty calling. It is a calling that carries with it lasting and eternal consequences.
When are you most tempted to throw in the towel as a pastor?