10 Ways to Show Appreciation for Your Pastor 1.) Send a simple Thank You card. 2.) In the middle of the week, send a quick email of encouragement. 3.) Pastors need time off, too. Take a special offering in your church or small group and gift your pastor with a…
Dr. Gary McIntosh offers in this issue of Growth Points "Nine Reasons Pastors Quit" - read & share...then watch for ways to pray for and encourage a pastor you know. Growth Points Sept 2015
Simple truth: If we want our churches to be revitalized, we as leaders must be revitalized...we must experience revival personally in order to lead our churches as we ought...read & share this powerful post by Chuck Lawless... Personal Renewal and Revitalization for Church Leaders.
Thanks to Allan Blume, Editor of the Biblical Recorder, for this encouraging and challenging article on churches in our Baptist family - most are smaller, a few are larger, all have a mission to fulfill. If you take one thing from this piece, please encourage your church to complete your…
Take a look at this post by Dr. Chuck Lawless at thomrainer.com - and ask yourself: Is my church expectant or reactive? Expectant Churches vs. Reactive Churches - ThomRainer.com.
When I was working hard to pastor a church in the mountains of North Carolina before moving to Charlotte, I realized when questioned by my wife on this topic that I had very few if any close friends outside our church family. That was a problem I worked hard to…
MBA will be sharing the resources from Pastors Today through our website and in other ways - partnering with Lifeway to serve our pastors - encouraging and equipping for Great Commission obedience... The Launch of Pastors Today.
A great resource greatly improved for our churches and leaders - check it out... NC Baptist: Convention launches updated sharing system.
Excellent advice from Dr. Chuck Lawless - read, share, apply... Twelve Ways to Be a Godly Leader.
Yes, the title is provocative, and it needs to be. Many churches are in serious condition, and we cannot ignore this challenge... Mark Driscoll: Christians Facing Darker Days; The Church Is Dying.