Tag Archives: Pastoral Support

Pastors: Recommit Yourselves to What You Were Ordained to Do

“… Don’t preach to grow your congregation; preach to bear witness to what the Lord is doing, and let him grow your church …”

via Pastors: Recommit Yourselves to What You Were Ordained to Do.

 

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Guest Post:vWHAT WILL BE YOUR LEGACY? – THE S. G. ELTON EXAMPLE

“Investing in people is a costly and risky business; in fact it’s plain hard work. But as I have come to know that’s where the real joy and fulfillment in leadership comes from. Only your deposit in people’s lives is what will endure after all is said and done.”

WHAT WILL BE YOUR LEGACY? – THE S. G. ELTON EXAMPLE.

Excellent!

 

Guest Post: “A LOVE NOTE TO MY WIFE!”

“I think if we make appreciation a regular occurrence in our relationships, especially the significant ones – our spouses, our children, our parents, and our close friends – the quality of those relationships will increase …”

A LOVE NOTE TO MY WIFE!.

What a great way to start the Second Half of 2012! To tell those we appreciate … that we appreciate! Think about this: What better way for us to be appreciated?

 

Guest Post: “Pastors: Recharge Your Batteries!”

“I suggest that if the leader is not adequately concerned for his/her own family and well-being, s/he will not last long enough in life to be able to last long in ministry. “

Pastors: Recharge Your Batteries!.

This is a very thought-provoking article, and certainly gives us all reason to think about how we view our Pastor’s humanity and service … and the costs to be counted … by all parties.

 

Guest Post: “How to keep the pastor you love”

Rubietta – How to keep the pastor you love.