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How To Become A Pastor

The saying is trustworthy: If anyone aspires to the office of overseer, he desires a noble task. – 1 Timothy 3:1 I can still remember the season …

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Pastoral Training in the Local Church

 The fruit of this article comes from a recent multi-case study research project completed by Andrew Hancock as part of the Doctorate of Education program at Southern …

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3 Things I Know About Ministry Now That I’m Not In Ministry

Four years ago, I left pastoral ministry. Without getting into any details, I needed to get out for my personal and spiritual health. I had just …

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Is The Holy Spirit Pushing You Toward Preaching?

Martyn Lloyd-Jones on Preaching Martyn Lloyd-Jones helps to frame one of the most difficult questions facing the soul-stirred potential pastor. Inevitably a call to ministry is …

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Help! My Husband Might Be Called To Ministry!

This post was written by Dave Harvey’s wife, Kim. — If you’re reading this, chances are, you’ve already had “the conversation”. You know, the one where …

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When Leaving Is the Most Shepherding Thing You Can Do: Three More Reasons

This is the third post in a three-part series. For Part One, Click Here. For Part Two, Click Here. There are times when leaving …

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When Leaving Is the Most Shepherding Thing You Can Do: Freeing Up Financial Resources

This is the second post in a three-part series. The previous post can be found here. As we discussed in the previous post, “longevity” …

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When Leaving Is the Most Shepherding Thing You Can Do: Impeding Service

Longevity is a characteristic we often gravitate toward in pastors, missionaries, church planters, and just about anyone who serves in a ministry-related role. We …

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The Secret Ingredient for a Healthy Church

The secret ingredient for a healthy church is never spoken of in the gospel accounts, but shows up predominantly in the letters to churches …

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Feeding Your Pastor’s Family

I haven’t been doing this pastoring business for a long time, but I am increasingly shocked by some of the ways churches do not …

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The Question of Masculinity in the Church

For those who know me, there’d be little argument that I am a man’s man. I like mostly “guy” things: trucks, meat, sports, explosions, …

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