Why We Must Put an End to the Stigma of Mental Illness

Everyone is broken. It’s a fact of life that’s not only clear from the pages of the Bible but also from the practical reality of...

Nicole Martin: Ministry, Trauma & Healing

Jason Daye and the Reverend Dr. Nicole Martin explore some of the potential dangers and the positive benefits when it comes to examining trauma in our own lives. They also look at how we can help make our lives, our homes, and our churches places of healing.

Travis Dickinson: The Value of Doubt and Deconstruction in Ministry Leadership

In a world of deconstruction, how do we handle our doubts in a healthy way as ministry leaders? Dr. Travis Dickinson and Jason Daye discuss the value of our doubt.

Alan Fadling: The Keys to Grace-Paced Leadership

Alan Fadling and Jason Daye explore how we can reframe our contemporary understanding of ministry leadership and allow Jesus to guide us into what he modeled: grace-paced leadership.

Andrew Arndt: How to Ground Your Identity in Jesus as a Leader

Andrew Arndt and Jason Daye explore practices that help leaders experience refreshment for our souls as the Spirit strips away some of the inessentials and distractions and grounds our identity in Jesus.

Percy McCray: When the Tough Diagnosis Is Yours

Percy McCray and Jason Daye talk about what happens when leaders, who are used to coming alongside others in crisis, receive a challenging medical diagnosis themselves.

Ryan Leak: How to Level Up as a Leader

Executive coach and author Ryan Leak discusses the challenges and overcomplications pastors experience when it comes to self-leadership.

Tod Bolsinger: The 1 Key to Adapting and Leading in a Changing World

In this era of conflict, uncertainty, and rapid change, Tod Bolsinger and Jason Daye look at the personal transformation that must take place in a ministry leader's life to create adaptive capacity for effective leadership.

James Choung: How to Navigate a Crisis of Faith as a Pastor

James Choung and Jason Daye explore what happens when ministry leaders and pastors fall into the challenging spaces where their faith is challenged—and what to do about it.

Jim Cymbala: 4 Detours That Can Derail a Pastor

Jim Cymbala and Jason Daye look at the detours that can derail pastors—and explore exactly where we can turn to experience God's absolute best for our lives and our ministries.

3 Dangers Present When Pastors Espouse Anti-Therapy Rhetoric

It’s no secret that we are in the midst of a mental health crisis. Nevertheless, some pastors are not only suspicious of mental health interventions, but actively campaign against them.

Lysa TerKeurst on How to Set Healthy Boundaries in Ministry

Lysa TerKeurst and Jason Daye discuss how setting good boundaries actually helps us live more fully into the calling that God has on our lives to serve and to minister.

Ruth Haley Barton on How Busy Leaders Can Discover True Sabbath Rest

Ruth Haley Barton and Jason Daye explore the spiritual reality of rhythm in our lives and look at the idea of Sabbath in a way that is accessible for pastors and ministry leaders just like you. 

Stephen Chandler on How Self-Awareness Inspires Healthy Ministry

Stephen Chandler and Jason Daye look at the value of being honest with ourselves about our own brokenness, flaws, and hangups, and how that opens the door for God to do more in our lives and ministries. @pastorserver @pastorstephen_

Michael MacKenzie on Surprising Ways We Sabotage Ourselves in Ministry

Are you derailing your ministry because of less-than-healthy habits, attitudes, and baggage? In this conversation, Jason Daye is joined by Michael McKenzie for a frank discussion about self-sabotage. @pastorserve

How Anxiety Can Be Good for Us

The truth is anxiety doesn’t discriminate, no matter how spiritually mature or how well versed you are in scripture. Fear can strike anyone at any given time without regard for who they are or what they do. Here's how God can use your anxiety for something good.

Why Pastors Need To Invest in Their Physical Fitness

As the saying goes, “I’m here for a good time, not a long time.” However, data surrounding the health of most pastors in America seems to indicate that they aren’t here for either.

Derwin Gray on Healthy Ministry and Building Character Before Building a Platform

Derwin Gray and Jason Daye look at the priorities and the values Jesus wants to establish in your life. Derwin discusses the spiritual disciplines he finds most vital in helping sustain a thriving life and ministry.

Podcast: Learning to Accept Care and Support as a Ministry Leader With Thad Austin

Thad Austin and Jason Daye look at some of the theological and biblical underpinnings of caring for clergy, as well as some of the roadblocks that hinder ministry leaders from accepting the care that can help their lives and ministries thrive.

How to Overcome Overwhelm and Unlock Resilience in Ministry With Daniel Fusco

Daniel Fusco and Jason Daye explore the ideas of unlocking resiliency, embracing perseverance, and finding your grit in ministry so you don't tip into an unhealthy state of exhaustion and overload.

Tennessee Library Director Fired for ‘Negative Pushback’ During Kirk Cameron Book...

On March 15, Hendersonville Public Library director Allan Morales was terminated due to the “unkind pushback” he demonstrated to Kirk Cameron’s children’s book reading.

Nick Hall on Asbury, Gen Z and Why He Believes ‘God...

Nick Hall joins the Stetzer ChurchLeaders Podcast to talk about what he witnessed at Asbury University, the signs of true revival, and why he believes God is moving in a special way.