Gratitude has been the focus of social science research for well over a decade.
Thrive in Five
Reconciliation’s best start is with a repentant wrongdoer.
As pastors, we know the foundation of our spiritual lives is prayer. We teach converts and congregants that prayer is a conversation with God, the underpinning of a life of faith.
Long hours in the office planning for events or sermons, meetings with parishioners for coffee or meals, and balancing responsibilities at church, second jobs, or at home can be exhausting.
As pastors and church leaders, we aspire to increase the impact of our ministries.
Here are five financial resources utilized by many clergy and other Christians.
Forgiveness is often confused with condoning, excusing, pardoning, or forgetting an offense.
“The implications hit my soul like a ton of bricks. I had forgotten how to play.”
We are fast approaching a “Transition Season” for several churches in our denomination.
You have heard of IQ. Have you also heard of EQ?
A good confession is a great start to repair a relationship…
Empathy is an important leadership skill for pastors.
Have you noticed how many people want not just to be told they’ve been heard, but actually to feel listened to?
Reading and understanding the Bible well is a skill that every follower of Jesus should pursue.
Confession is the act of acknowledging and admitting to an offense.
In today’s leadership culture, pastors are often coached about principles for helping them to be more efficient and effective in their ministry work.
Metaphorically, the heart is considered the seat of emotions, desires, and character. Proverbs 4:23 (NIV) states “Above all else, guard your heart, for everything you do flows from it.”
With the advent of the podcast has come vast new opportunities for individual learning and growth.
This month, we’ll examine five conclusions from the life and teaching of Paul especially as relates to pastors.