Thrive in 5
Thinking About Pastors and Poverty Alleviation
With the holidays just around the corner, pastors are entering one of their busiest seasons….
Financial simple principles for financial health and responsibility.
How many times in your intimate relationships have your best problem-solving skills failed?
As pastors who are leading others, we need to be intentional about engaging the various means of grace to continue our transformation into the image of Christ.
Five principles regarding rest.
As a pastor, you know the importance of continuing to learn and grow in your leadership. Our world is changing fast, and we need to challenge our thinking and keep it sharp.
Contemptuous statements are disrespectful ways of putting down your spouse, your children, friend or your colleague. An immediate response to contempt is to defend against it with counter-criticism, counter-contempt or by withdrawing from the relatio
Narratives: How Your View of God Impacts Your Friendship with Him
Let us care for our bodies as stewards of the temples He has entrusted to us.
Leadership that is Christian
Peacefulness through Prayer
The Wesleyan Church was blessed with a second million-dollar grant from the Lilly Endowment.
A healthy pastor will seek to cultivate and maintain ongoing connection with others including other pastors.
Without empathy, we will be unable to relate effectively to those to whom we are called to love and minister.
Sometimes the best thing you can do for your spiritual life is to start exercising.
Taking action to provide for both our family and ourselves is an act of love, not a lack of faith
As a pastor, you know how important your emotional vitality is to ministry. Take 5 minutes to consider the following suggestions of how you can establish and maintain boundaries to protect your own emotional health and sense of well-being.
Here are 5 things you can do beginning today to take care of your body.
Here are five suggestions that can help you stay ahead of the curve and position yourself for longevity in ministry.
Take 5 minutes to read and think about how God might be speaking to you right now.
Pastoral ministry requires the ability to withstand the emotional stresses of life and be “present” and empathetic to others.