Ministry leaders sometimes get caught up in the tasks of ministry and lose sight of why they're ministering and whom they're doing it for.
While you can’t control what happens after you resign as pastor from a church, you can control how you leave. This post offers 7 suggestions for how to leave well.
This post offers 7 practical suggestions as you develop a financial plan to accomplish your church's mission.
Every church needs a written job description for their pastor. This post explains why that's the case as well as recommendations for what churches should and should not include in the document.
After the historic Eastern Kentucky flooding, here are five ways I've witnessed God's faithfulness.
The pressures, challenges, frustrations, and demands of ministry can lead to exhaustion for pastors. Here are 5 biblical passages to encourage the weary pastor.
Pastoral identity theft occurs when pastors begin to allow their ministry to define their identity. They forget about who the are in Christ and begin to define themselves by what they do for Christ. It's a subtle temptation, but it has devastating consequences.
Emergencies can prevent the pastor from preaching at the last minute. This post offers 9 ways for the church to be prepared should the unexpected absence occur.
One of the best ways to support your pastor is to pray for him. This post provides a Daily Prayer Guide to pray for your pastor throughout Pastor Appreciation Month.
Every small group or Sunday school class includes individuals who make discussion more difficult. This post describes 3 Discussion Disruptors and how to deal with them.