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Sexual Addiction Destroyed My Pastorate
Exposing the truth was just the first step to redemption.
Sexual Addiction Destroyed My Pastorate. Exposing the truth was just the first step to redemption. 4 Aspects of Sexual Addiction Recovery. 1. The spiritual aspect.
Did 2016 Expose America's (And the Church's) Fame Addiction?
The church should be providing a counter-cultural balance to our fame obsession. Instead, we're feeding into it.
Church & CultureDecember 30, 2016. Did 2016 Expose America's (And the Church's) Fame Addiction? The church should be providing a counter-cultural
The Spiritual Roots of Addiction
Seth Haines talks about his battle with alcoholism and how leaders can help addicts find freedom.
The Spiritual Roots of Addiction. Seth Haines talks about his battle with alcoholism and how leaders can help addicts find freedom. Soon his habit spiraled into a full-blown addiction.
Pastors in Recovery
Admitting an addiction has its risks ... and real ministry benefits.
Pastors in Recovery. Admitting an addiction has its risks ... and real ministry benefits. Ten years earlier, working as a youth pastor, Hoekstra first wondered if he might have an addiction.
Lent for Leaders
In our effort to help others observe the season, we can fail to consider what we need.
Perhaps, you're battling an addiction of some kind that you haven't admitted, even to yourself. Or maybe you have deep-seated anger toward others or yourself.
CT Pastors’ Top 17 Articles of 2017
This year’s best practical solutions and stories of ministry failure, temptation, and encouragement.
10. Sexual Addiction Destroyed My Pastorate. Exposing the truth was just the first step to redemption. By John Doyel. 9. Eliminate Christian Jargon from Your Church.
Hollowed Out, Hallowed In
Leading during a time of personal trauma
It involved my discovery of decades-long drug and alcohol abuse, addiction, and mental health disorders in an immediate family member. Addiction. Mental health disorders.
Why Church Leaders Shouldn’t Avoid “Practical” Topics
Preachers may not want to talk about finances—but it’s critical that they do so.
experiences that are likely to shape a contemporary congregation: stresses and strains on marriage and child raising, divorce rates, dating patterns, incidence of addiction to alcohol
Don’t Try To Be Successful, Try To Do Good Work
A minister with a well-nourished soul may or may not have a big church, but they’ll always have a healthy ministry.
wonderful things. But how do you measure the value of the time spent mentoring a young person so that they don't follow their classmates into addiction? Or
How Churches Can Partner with Outside Counselors
It’s about supplementing, not replacing, pastoral care.
How Churches Can Partner with Outside Counselors. It's about supplementing, not replacing, pastoral care. Rebecca Meyer and Gerald Hiestand. 0; tweet;
Codependency and the Church
It’s a growing addiction. Are you ready to talk about it?
Codependency and the Church. It's a growing addiction. They didn't talk about other people's problems, and they didn't blame their own behavior on another person's addiction.
How Are You Pastor, Really?
New research shows where pastors are feeling fine and where they aren't.
Addictions. One in six pastors say they struggle or have struggled with an addiction during their time in ministry. Among these leaders, a majority has
Church Management Roundup: 07.07.14
Five trends, tips, ideas, and stats to help church leaders manage well this week.
There's a big difference between enjoying what we do and depending on it to deliver meaning and worth. ... The answer to this enslaving addiction? The gospel of grace.
6 Things I've Learned Hanging Out with Addicts
Stepping out to the margins blew up my ministry.
What's the better option: advocating divorce for their future sobriety or saving the marriage by allowing the husbands to drag their wives back into addiction once they get out of rehab?
A Safe Place to Break Down
An interview with Simone Halpin, director of women’s care at Moody Church
But their chains are abuse and drug addiction and they think that they are being provided for by their pimps, who they call their boyfriends, and obviously they are nothing really