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Pastors Must Advocate for Their Mental Health

Mental Health Awareness Month is a good reminder that you, pastor, need to advocate for your mental health in a community that will be supportive as well. By doing so, you can model and lead your congregation in caring for those with mental health needs through service that honors Christ.

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10 Ways to Develop a Missions Culture in Your Church

If you want your church to engage in and be excited about missions, be encouraged: you can create a church culture that infuses missions into every facet of your ministry. Consider these ten guidelines we have learned through our years in ministry.

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Countering New Age Influences in the Church

As Paul wrote, for the church to “speak the truth in love,” it must be rooted in “the knowledge of the Son of God” (Ephesians 4:15; 4:13), and it must be wary of teachings or practices that can blow it off course through the dissimulations of false teachings. New Age philosophies are false teachings that Christians must resist so that the church can become the mature body of Christ that Christ himself desires.

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Five Steps to Resolving Conflicts in the Church Biblically

The Lord Jesus Christ gives us a clear path to conflict resolution in Matthew 18:15-35. In these scriptures, our Lord lays down the steps His church should follow to resolve whatever conflicts it experiences, from interpersonal disputes to heretical teachings.

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6 Tips for Pastoral Visitation

Every pastor should aim to find avenues of personal connection, including texting, calling, emailing, and home visits. Here are 6 tips to enhance pastoral visitation.

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The Privilege and Power of a Praying Pastor’s Wife

There are sacrifices for a ministry wife, but there are also tremendous blessings. Learning how to pray for my husband and his ministry took time as God weaned my heart from my desires and beckoned me to come to Him.

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The Weakening of the Soul through Self-interest

God made us in His image, but we are not the substance of God. Therefore, anyone who spends all life fixed on the self will not last. With eyes fixed on Christ and hearts full of love for him, may we recover the lost art of denying the self for the sake of others.

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3 Things I Learned from Tim Keller

While we mourn with the family over the loss of Tim, we celebrate a man who finished the race well and now enters his reward. And we thank God for the impact he had on the lives of so many for the glory of God.

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