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Join Our Summer Study Group
Meet with women from across the country for community, encouragement, and discussion.
WomenLeaders.com - Article
Sure, I had great support from the other pastoral staff (all male), and I did find a handful of We'll be tackling topics like what self-care looks like when you're in leadership, how to navigate
My Biggest Ministry Mistake
Ten leaders weigh in to help others avoid their mishaps
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Fearing My Own Strength. In my previous church, I was the Minister of Pastoral Care and functioned as an assistant pastor. In fact, congregants introduced me as their pastor.
My Top 10 Resources on Pastoral Care
A seasoned shepherd selects those most helpful for 'the cure of souls.'
Encourage More Women to Lead
Regardless of theology, we need to empower more women to use their gifts in the local church.
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more women to lead (whether in the hospitality ministry, the women's ministry, or the pastoral ministry), we 1 Peter 5:1–2 urges elders to shepherd and serve the flock under their care.
4 Proven Strategies for the Care and Treatment of an Unhealthy Church
Unhealthy churches aren’t like healthy ones. Acting as though they are doesn’t help them, it hurts them.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
healthy one? 1. Do More Hands-On Pastoral Care. So much of the current advice about pastoring seems to be about how to pastor less, not more. That
3 Ways to Make Your Church a Healthier Place to Work
Is your staff experiencing a spiritual crisis right under your nose?
Most of our non-pastoral job descriptions mirrored the wording of equivalent jobs from the secular Take the time to care for your staff members' spiritual lives as they serve the body of
Your Most Undervalued Role
The slow, small, but immeasurably sacred work of pastoral care.
Good shepherds. Psalm 23 is the very definition of pastoral care. “The Lord is my shepherd.” My Pastor. A church forever.”. That's pastoral care. Sacred intruders. I
CT Pastors' Top 16 Articles of 2016
From ministry temptations to high callings, here is this year's best training and wisdom for pastors.
Your Sermon. by Abram Kielsmeier-Jones. From research to outline, and everything in between. 6. My Top 10 Resources on Pastoral Care. by Lee Eclov.
Leave Me Alone So I Can Do Ministry!
When productivity replaces hospitality, we miss the point of pastoring.
And ultimately, may we release them into God's care. By adopting these ancient but timely practices, I'm learning to guard my pastoral heart against the temptations of relevance, self
The Pastoral Work of Reshaping Imaginations
Five tools to help your people combat the lie that they aren't loved by God.
A Pastoral Rant about Pastoral Recommendations
An open letter to every single human being who has ever asked for a pastoral recommendation (or who might ask for one in the future).
Subtle Discrimination in Churches
Who are you unintentionally leaving out?
WomenLeaders.com - Article
For the pastoral staff, it establishes clear expectations, helps keep track of and care for people, and creates a unified body with a clearly defined mission.
Using Scripture Well in Pastoral Care
When speaking truth one on one, you're not delivering a sermon.
What I Wish Pastors Knew about Pastoral Recommendations
I’ve read thousands.
Why Churches Lose Their Way
Joe Thorn discusses how congregations can rediscover the biblical basis of who they are and what they’re called to do.
It's critical. Now if that's all you're doing, and you've lost sight of the table, the circle, you're going to become unhealthy and ineffective in pastoral care and discipleship.
Sometimes a Small Church Is the Right Tool for the Job
Big and megachurches do a lot of great ministry. But they can’t do everything.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
That's why they delegate pastoral care to other capable people, so no one gets left out. This is not an argument that pastors need to do all the pastoral care.
Preaching in the Midst of Tragedy
In four years of pastoral ministry, I’ve had to preach through four national tragedies.
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Preaching in the Midst of Tragedy. In four years of pastoral ministry, I've had to preach through four national tragedies. Read as Single PagePage 1 of 3. 0; tweet; email; print.
Stilling the Storm
A book review
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I kept thinking, “I wish I would have read this earlier!” This book offers a unique framework for the relationship between corporate worship and pastoral care.
Pastoring Your Church through a Leader’s Misconduct
Tips for a redemptive response
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needs manifest simultaneously. Such occasions require clear, definitive management as well as intensive, ongoing pastoral care. Before any other issues
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