By Joe Mckeever on Oct 21, 2017
"A pastor’s wife’s greatest ministry is to her husband first, and her children second."
By James Macdonald on Apr 18, 2018
In my experience, if a pastor does these three things faithfully he will have the support of the vast majority of his people in almost any church anywhere.
By Carey Nieuwhof on Oct 3, 2016
Pastors aren’t fake; the struggle is real.
By Paul Kendall on Feb 5, 2018
Family counseling specialist Paul Kendall warns pastors and church leaders against the increasing threat of pornography and how to protect themselves and their ministries from it.
By Brandon Kelley on Dec 14, 2017
A Pastor’s leadership must first and foremost be a response to Christ’s gospel.
By Brian Croft on Dec 2, 2017
Pastors, we must lead our wives well to capture a fruitful balance.
By Sermoncentral on Feb 12, 2021
Church members aren’t looking for super-pastors, they want basic pastoral competence, honesty and leadership. That’s what they ought to expect.
By Taelor Gray on May 1, 2021
Growing up in church, I used to think of pastors as heroic, super-powered leaders who were almost like enhanced human beings. For me, they were moral superiors operating beyond the scope of failure and “common” struggle.
By Joe Mckeever on Apr 30, 2020
Why is it so difficult for pastors of all ages to preach Mother’s Day sermons? Pastor-to-pastors Joe McKeever gives some assistance.
By Chuck Warnock on Feb 7, 2018
There are times in a pastor's life when the clarity of our call fades, discouragement clouds our memory, and we wonder, "Why did I ever want to be a pastor?"
By Charles Stone on Nov 9, 2018
What's the dumbest mistake you've every made as a pastor?
By Eugene Cho on Mar 21, 2018
Is pastoral ministry a dangerous profession? Eugene Cho shares the facts.
By Joe Mckeever on Jun 7, 2021
Are you prone to buy into your own act?
By Sermoncentral on May 11, 2013
Jay Pathak discusses an important relationship -- the link between worship and sermon.
By Charles Stone on Mar 27, 2021
Many pastors secretly struggle with measuring up to very successful pastors and churches. It’s tough, but it comes with ministry. People compare pastors. In this post I suggest a few ways to deal with this “measure up mentality.” I begin with one pastor’s experience.