This post is part of a series on some things that really are not ok for pastors or ministry leaders to be. In fact these things can speak to all Christians. In this one we will look at why: It’s not ok to be FAT. I know, even as I write this, that some people
With all the discussion over the Starbucks cups it had me thinking, what would Jesus do? Ok, just kidding. I wasn’t really into the WWJD movement back in the day. But I really have been thinking about what all the hype over the Starbucks cups is really all about. Here are a few thoughts
Pastors and ministry leaders are generally highly dedicated people. We are dedicated to our ministries and to the people we minister to. We are dedicated to our churches and our communities. In fact we tend to be so dedicated that our own wellbeing may suffer. This post starts a series written for pastors and other
As Christians we tend to think of God in a way similar to how a peasant might think of a king. Of maybe we think of a child parent relationship. Both of these are accurate and have their place. Jesus displayed this when He gave us what we now call the Lord’s
Church people are often viewed as elitists, separatists, or at least snobs. We are viewed as excluding unchurched people from our lives. I’m not convinced that this is entirely true. The truth is, however, that most church people have very few, if any, unchurched friends. So, this got me asking, where are YOUR unchurched friends.