On Good Friday. April 10, 2020 (a poignant day to do such a thing), I had the privilege of spending about 90 minutes with a couple dozen or so Foursquare Pastors in the MidSouth District. I was asked to address and help process Grief &...

Suicide is not a new issue by any means. When a family member of a pastor commits suicide, we're certainly sad and feel for the pastor and other family members. When a pastor commits suicide, now THAT we don't expect. It's a bit more deeply...

.... how he got into counseling. Yes, you read that right! Bill Hybels really wants you to know that he's in counseling, and he believes you should be too. I happen to agree with Bill. Did you know they actually require counselors to be in therapy...

In an occasional series, we've been addressing the issue of insecurity in leadership. Perry Noble came out today with a great list of ways you can determine whether or not you are a leader who struggles with insecurity. Quick disclaimers: We ALL struggle with insecurity when...

It's been a while since I've posted on this issue of insecurity in pastor and leaders. Recently, I read something that Mark Batterson (pastor of National Community Church in Washington DC) wrote about the topic: He wrote: I think influence and insecurity are opposites.  Insecure leaders don’t...

In my last post (too long ago), I mentioned I would be writing more on the issue of insecurity, especially within pastors and leaders. Today, I introduce you to Scott Couchenour. You can get to know him here. I encourage you to get to know...

A few recent conversations with a pastor friend of mine have raised an issue that I've found true for my life. Maybe you can relate to it as well. My friend has been in full-time ministry as a Senior Pastor for over 30 years. He's served...