Our support line for pastors and their families features fellow pastors and trained counselors who frequently support those in church and ministry roles. These pastoral care specialists can provide an understanding ear, a word of advice, a timely referral or a simple prayer. We know leadership is not easy, and we’re eager to come alongside pastors and their loved ones to help meet their needs.
There is a stream which refreshes every thirst the world has. C.S. Lewis ties up the idea of joy with this stream that is far more refreshing than anything else out there.
Dealing with depression and anxiety can be a difficult battle. How do you help your spouse walk through the dark nights and the uncertainty faced in those times where anxiety will not end?
Barriers for growth are an every day occurrence in the life of a church. How can pastors and church leaders become a healthy church and begin to break down these walls that are stunting their growth?
There is nothing that compares to the soul that has grown healthy and strong through walking in the truth and power of God’s Word and the Spirit through confession.
Churches can help those facing divorce put the pieces back together. By providing a space for healing and restoration, churches can curb the rising tide of issues like pornography use, infidelity, and marital distress.
Social media can be a tool to divide or bring churches together. How can pastors and church leaders use their social media feeds to bridge divides, bring peace to chaos and help others find shalom in an age of outrage?
Technology can serve a good purpose in the local church. Pastors and church leaders need to think about the implications and level of technology they want to use when bringing their people into a closer relationship with God.
When we listen, we desire to hear the other person’s opinion, to sense the person’s heart, and to understand him or her. God listens to us, and we can develop our ability to hear those around us.
Pastors and church leaders of smaller churches may often find it difficult to set healthy boundaries, both with themselves and with the members of their church. Pastor Kevin Conklin shows us what setting boundaries looks like in the practical, every day life of a busy pastor, husband and father.
Young leaders today need overseers who can guide them well through the culture surrounding the local church today. Leaders need to be wise about how and when they give the reigns of leadership over to younger leaders. Brittany Rust shares some wisdom through the years she spent in ministry leadership.