Simple and consistent acts of encouragement and unity are gifts to the heart of a pastor.
“We must stop saying we need more women in higher positions! We need women with courage to step up and be faithful to God.”
A Wesleyan district superintendent gives his thoughtful and passionate response to the national trauma over racial violence.
Jo Anne Lyon tells us how 8-yr-old Sherry was asked to play Mary in her church’s Christmas program. That simple act was the most significant thing that happened in her life.
“Being a pastor was SO much easier than what I’m doing now,” said NO former pastor ever. Note: October is Pastor Appreciation Month. Here are ten tips on how to keep your beloved pastor from leaving.