The greatest gift a pastor has to offer his church is quite often the last thing he wants anyone to know about.
In the Oscar winning short film The Accountant, Ray McKinnon tells Walton Goggins and Eddie King, two brothers trying to save the family farm and a way of life, that […]
But this different type is still dangerous and its primary target audience seems to be pastors and aspiring pastors.
When I called the principal that day, he wasn’t taking a phone call from a stranger but from the pastor of the church that had been serving his staff.
Rural settings, it was sometimes implied, is where pastors who aren’t quite ready for prime time go to learn the trade a little more.
I still regularly see that guy who wanted to visit the church that I pastor. He still hasn’t visited us.
Creating a perfect masterpiece is not our job. We aren’t Bob Ross in this scenario; God is the artist.
We need to be very careful how we talk about other churches.
Good pastors also ask questions. We ask questions of ourselves. We ask questions of our motives.
Ask God to work in your heart so that you proclaim Christ in your everyday speech throughout the week.