From the Blog
Written Articles about Church Planting and Ministry
Saying “I don’t know” is a gift from God. Saying “I don’t know” is an acknowledgment of your finiteness, which is His good design. Saying “I don’t know” frees you from the pressure to know everything that is going on everywhere with everyone.
There’s a dirty little secret for many pastors when it comes to their personal evangelism habits. Ready for it? …
If you knew that Jesus was returning in 24 hours, what would you do? How would the next 24 hours unfold for you? You’d likely live with a greater sense of purpose than you’ve ever lived.
Typically, ministry leaders are the ones who are sought out for pastoral guidance and counselling by those who are stressed and anxious. But if you are a ministry leader, where do you turn if you are stressed? What do you do if you are anxious?
Why do we feel the urge to be connected with everyone, everywhere, at all times? I think it’s because we have a “little g” god complex. And social media feeds it.