Thursday, July 19, 2018

The Pastor’s Work Week

It was an honest question. In fact, I could tell by the somewhat pained look on my friend’s face that he thought it was...

How to Lead Out of Weakness (Part 3)

Part One, Part Two But he said to me, “My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.” Therefore I...

Holistic Family Ministry

Broken Storylines, Graceless Dads, Overly Spiritual Pastors, & Sticky Notes: Toward A More Holistic Family Ministry As much as we want to romanticize or idealize...

Pastoring People Through Slow Change

Pastoring people is a slow, long-haul process. As church planter and pastors in established churches, we are called to lead people who are under construction....
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Andy Crouch on Leadership

In this episode of the Am I Called Podcast, Andy Crouch, author and Executive Editor for Christianity Today, joins Dave and Stephen to discuss the...

It’s Not About Me: A Reminder for Teachers

This article was originally published on Gospel Centered Family. Teachers make all kinds of plans. But things in our classrooms don’t always go our way. We...

How to Boast in Your Weakness (Part 2)

Part One, Part Three The gospel is crazy! I hope I’m not offending anyone here. I simply mean that in the upside-down Kingdom Jesus calls us...

Presidential Elections & Divided Pews

It’s been two weeks since the presidential elections when the world discovered that Donald J. Trump would become the 45th President of the United...

What We Mean When We Say “Care”

The following article was released as a part of a series of “White Papers” that were given during the 2016 Sojourn Leader Summit in...

When Leaders Implode (Part Two)

Part One In the previous post, we discovered that churches come with splash zones. When leaders take a moral dive, the painful effects spray some...