Being a pastor is more than a job—it’s a vocational calling. So what do you do when the church asks you to leave?
These powerful phrases can change the way you lead (and the hearts of those you lead).
Here are seven impractical leadership principles I practice …
“The more we know the people we lead the better they are able to follow.”
Some leaders are wired for the long haul. Others are best suited to short-term positions. Both are needed in ministry.
“What is the leader thinking here—as it relates to me?”
“Getting a new person started in a good way is probably equal to finding the right people.”
I get asked frequently how I am able to get so much done and still take care of myself and my family.
Many times, small church pastors compare themselves to big city churches. And many times, small church pastors don’t know how well they are really doing.
Pastors go through a lot of ups and downs. Here are the 7 biggest frustrations pastors face.