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3 Reasons Pastors Should Waste More Time

As pastors and ministry leaders, you’ve probably heard (or preached yourself) the value of Sabbath rest, or time with God. But what is your track record of putting it into practice?

3 Things Everyone Needs

There is something everyone needs in order to experience long-term fulfillment, and that something can be described as three key life ingredients we can share with others at no cost.

Delight in the Lord

How often do you take time to delight in the Lord? It’s possible that we’ve traded time with the Lord for ministry about the Lord, and it’s damaging our Kingdom work.

Sam Black: Healing for Those Struggling With Pornography

Sam Black and Jason Daye look at how pastors and ministry leaders can find freedom from their struggles with pornography. Sam and Jason also look at some of the harmful mistakes churches often make related to pornography and how they can purposefully create safe spaces for healing.

Trust and Trustworthiness

What is trustworthiness? Trust and trustworthiness are essential qualities of relationships that last a lifetime. This holds true for pastors and their spouses just as much as for other couples.

Sean McDowell: The Gospel in a Post-Christendom World

Sean McDowell and Jason Daye look at the importance of understanding the culture around us when it comes to sharing the good news of Jesus. Sean also points out some key insights, including an often-overlooked component that is essential when it comes to sharing the gospel.

Confessions of Pastors Who Fell

What characterizes pastors who have fallen? Here are some confessions from church leaders as they explain what happened.

Eddie Byun: Pastors Need Prayer

Eddie Byun and Jason Daye look at the incredible importance of raising up a team of intercessors to pray for you, your family, and your ministry.

Christian, Do Not Bypass Your Grief

Grief is an important aspect of the human experience and we should stop trying to simply move past it.

Better Sermon Prep–Better Wellbeing

Here are some tips for your sermon prep that just might improve your overall wellbeing in the process. Too good to be true? Not at all.

Kenneth Boa: Navigating Transitions in Life and Ministry

Kenneth Boa and Jason Daye explore the tremendous opportunities that are presented to us as we face transition in life and ministry. They look at ways that we can reflect and recalibrate our lives so that we can grow in our intimacy with Christ in such a way that it impacts everything around us.

Sean Nemecek: How To Recover From Burnout

Sean Nemecek and Jason Daye explore one of the biggest mistakes that leaders make when it comes to burnout. They also discuss the importance of finding safe spaces for recovery, and Sean shares the hope of never burning out again.

Patrick Miller: Overcoming Political Tribalism in Our Churches

Patrick Miller and Jason Daye look at some of the challenges that pastors face when it comes to political divisiveness in their communities and even in their congregations.

Why Do You Want To Be a Pastor?

Asking yourself why you want to be a pastor will help reveal if you are in a positive state of thriving and flourishing as a vocational ministry leader.

3 Reasons You Don’t Get This Grace Thing

There are a few reasons why we struggle to give grace. Grace seems like it should be easy. It’s grace, after all, right? But in reality, grace is really hard.

Scot McKnight: Overcoming a Toxic Church Culture

Scot McKnight and Jason Daye explore how we, as ministry leaders, can assess our churches and look for areas of toxicity. Scot also shares how we can overcome those toxic areas and nurture a culture of goodness.

Your Kids’ Perspective on Family Health

How is your family health? Regardless of your position within your organization, your family is your primary ministry. With that being the case, it’s essential to create opportunities to evaluate the relational health of your family.

Jimmy Dodd: Is There an Emerging Pastor Crisis in America?

Jimmy Dodd and Jason Daye assess the current realities of pastoring here in the United States. Then, they look at some incredible places of hope, where pastors can find support and encouragement as they serve in ministry.

Caring For Your Body

If we do not maintain good physical health habits, we compromise the quality of our ministry spiritually, emotionally, and intellectually. Sound physical care is concerned with stewardship of the body, including the areas of work, sleep, recreation, nutrition and exercise.

Mindy Caliguire: Growing Through Disappointments in Life and Ministry

Mindy Caliguire and Jason Daye look at some of the unhealthy tendencies we have as ministry leaders when it comes to dealing with disappointments and discouragement. Mindy then shares ways to process disappointment that honor God and help us grow in our own spiritual journeys.

Os Guinness: How ‘Signals of Transcendence’ Lead People To Seek the...

Dr. Os Guinness joins “The Stetzer ChurchLeaders Podcast” to discuss how God uses “signals” like love, justice, joy, and beauty to break into our lives and draw us to himself. 

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