Want to lead your council into a meaningful conversation about the health of your congregation? Here is a series of council devotionals to help you do that.
Pastor Church Resources
Pastor Church Resources is looking for a full-time (37.5 to 40 hours/week) Ministry Consultant that will engage in consultation work with congregations and pastors including prevention, education, and intervention.
Calling all CRC Pastors and Commissioned Pastors! We'd love for you to come to the Refreshed for the Call conference this fall. Relevant discussions, refreshing setting, and nominal cost.
Regional Pastors Bookshelf - The Coaching Habit: Say Less, Ask More & Change the Way You Lead Forever
This relatively recent book is officially about 225 pages but it reads like something half that long. I found it compelling and believe it may have real value for the ways in which Regional Pastors interact with other pastors.
Ministry can be lonely work. That’s why it is crucial to intentionally connect ourselves with a team of riders, heading in the same direction.
For a landscaper, growing grass is proof of a job well done. But how does one define success in ministry? To sustain pastoral excellence, we need a definition of pastoral ministry success that is viable.
Several years ago, I taught a course in pastoral care at Calvin Seminary. Feeling innovative, I beamed in Jaco Hamman from Vanderbilt University and asked him a simple question—at least, I thought it was a simple question.
The format of this training tool has been intentionally designed for you, the reader. Our intent is that this training tool may help lead you into rich conversation as you seek and acknowledge the guiding presence of God.
This training tool is intended to help church leaders have a fruitful conversation about evaluation in their local setting and to strengthen the local church by blessing its staff with timely, effective feedback.
Join us for a 1-hour roundtable exploring how the experience of dementia can be faith-formative, and for discussion on ministering to the person, the family, and the congregation.