Terry Crist: Ministering in an Increasingly Fragmented World

Terry Crist and Jason Daye explore how we, as ministry leaders, can live lives of radical kindness and inclusivity without compromising our beliefs or the truth of the gospel.

Reconnecting With Spiritual Roots

Amid the demands of ministry, it’s all too easy to find ourselves drifting further from our spiritual roots. What causes this disconnect from personal walk with the Lord, and how can we bridge the gap to reignite our spiritual fire?

Ryan Rush: Healthy Family Dynamics for Ministry Leaders

Ryan Rush and Jason Daye look at some of the unique challenges we have as ministry leaders when it comes to healthy family dynamics, including the fact that we often feel our families are under a microscope.

Michael Graham: Ministering to the Dechurched

Michael Graham and Jason Daye look at some of the revelations that come from a comprehensive research study into those who have left the church. Michael also shares some incredibly hopeful opportunities for every local church when it comes to reaching those who have left.

The Power of EQ

Seriously, it’s like having a superpower. Pastors with high emotional intelligence not only handle the craziness of ministry like pros but also find way more fulfillment in what they do.

Casey Tygrett: How Do Memories Relate to Spiritual Formation?

Casey Tygrett and Jason Daye explore how our memories are inextricably tied to our lives with God. Casey also shares how we, as pastors and ministry leaders, can process our painful and even traumatic memories in healthy ways and help others do the same.

Counseling Hesitations

Even pastors can benefit from a little professional support now and then. But why do so many of us hesitate to take advantage of counseling for pastors? Let’s unpack some common concerns and why counseling is actually a pretty cool thing.

Lee Strobel: 3 Questions Skeptics Are Asking About God

Together, Lee Strobel and Jason Daye explore three pressing questions that people are asking about the existence of God.

Dennis Edwards: How Humility Transforms Lives

How can humility help our local churches nurture healing in our divided world? In this week's conversation on FrontStage BackStage, host Jason Daye is...

Shepherding the Shepherd

It’s so important for pastors to be poured into by others, whether through peer relationships or mentorship. This article explores the significance of pastoral support, drawing insights from both biblical principles and contemporary challenges faced by pastors.

Terra McDaniel: Rediscovering Lament—Making Space for Grief

Terra McDaniel and Jason Daye explore some of the ways that we, as pastors and ministry leaders, inadvertently make grieving more difficult, both for ourselves and for those we serve.

John Hopper: Skepticism, Conflict & Intolerance—How To Share Jesus in Divisive Times

John Hopper and Jason Daye explore some of the misconceptions we need to dismiss and some of the principles we need to embrace if we are to effectively share the love and hope of Jesus with others.

5 Ways Pastors Can Eat Right

Here are five practical ways pastors can eat right, ensuring they nourish both their bodies and their souls in the midst of their busy schedules.

Ronnie Olivier: Finding God When All Seems Hopeless

Jason Daye and Ronnie Olivier, who served 27 summers in the notorious Louisiana State Penitentiary known as Angola, explore how we can find Jesus, even in the midst of the most hopeless situations.

Crucial Vacations

To take a vacation can feel like an impossible dream. But your church needs you to prioritize your well-being. So let’s talk about why vacations and rest are vital for pastors.

Finding Sabbath in the Storm

In the whirlwind of pastoral duties, finding moments of rest can seem like an impossible task. Here are some tips for finding sabbath rest in the midst of the storms of ministry.

5 Ways To Measure Your Pastoral Progress

As we stand on the cusp of a new year, let’s explore five practical ways to gauge the growth of your pastoral care over the past year.

Beyond the Numbers

Placing one’s identity in the success of church attendance is a dangerous path for pastors to tread. While numbers have their place, they should not overshadow the true essence of pastoral ministry.

Compassion Fatigue

Compassion fatigue is a very real challenge in your ministry. But by following these three biblical steps, you can combat it and continue to serve your congregation with love and grace.

Boosting Staff Morale This Christmas

Here are some wallet-friendly, work-related ways to lift your church staff's spirits and give them the boost they need during this festive season.

Televangelist James Robison Denies He Knew Robert Morris Allegedly Committed Child...

Following the recent resignation of Robert Morris as Gateway Church’s senior pastor, Life Outreach International, formerly known as The James Robison Evangelistic Association (JREA), released a statement saying the organization was unaware of the Morris' alleged sexual abuse of a 12-year-old.

Daniel Im: How Not To Let the Consumers Drive the Strategy...

Daniel Im joins “The Stetzer ChurchLeaders Podcast” to explain how pastors can lead more effectively in a “post-everything” world and why their communities contain more than just the non-Christians and the Christians.