As a Christian in the family of God, a pastor can model an honest and healthy marriage before the congregation. As a preacher in the pulpit, a pastor can bring the congregation living truths about the realities of marriage straight from Holy Scripture and in the power of the Holy Spirit, come what may.
Pastor Ted Cunningham helps leaders think through what rest looks like when the chaos of pastoral ministry.
How are pastors and church leaders to approach the idea of balance when their schedules are already packed with all the priorities of pastoral ministry?
Distractions come in all shapes and sizes. Pastor Ted Cunningham shares how pastors and church leaders—though often distracted—can prioritize their families even in the midst of preaching a sermon.
During His three years of ministry Jesus modeled for His disciples what it was like to be a people who created authentic community through deep and lasting relationships.
Marriage should be honored among pastors and church leaders. The way a pastor models his marriage is the way his flock will live theirs.
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?
Helping parents recognize and address issues like sexual abuse can be a difficult thing to do. Coming alongside families and teaching them how to have fruitful conversations can create an impact that will last a lifetime.