Here are recommendations for the pastor whose congregation is being torn by issues in the culture and community and who is thinking about taking a public stand.
“The people will do what their leaders do.”
Standing before groups large and small or even individuals and opening God’s Word is a privilege, an opportunity, a responsibility, and a lot of other things. But it’s also a burden and a fear.
Christians who own numerous Bibles that they rarely open are thumbing their noses at the saints of old who paid the ultimate price.
OK, I’m not sure what is the “worst possible advice” to young preachers—there is so much to choose from! But what follows has to be among the sorriest counsel ever administered to young proclaimers of the Word …
These are the 59 things you wish your congregation would never say, but does.
I told a minister friend I was sorry he had to learn this dirty little secret about church life.
Worried about money? Not finding a job? Supporting your family? You need this article.
“The pastor is there to please God, not the congregation,” and other great advice.
“Real creativity is a God thing.”