In case you haven't heard already, Bob Coy, pastor of one of the US's largest megachurches, resigned this weekend due to a moral failure. We don't know the details, and honestly don't need to. However, It's another day to say that we at Pastor For...

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...

The New York Times had an excellent article about Clergy Burnout this week. I encourage you to clikc the link and read it. It's got some good information. However, packed full of antidotes to burnout is a blog post from Perry Noble. I'd encourage youeven more...

Elijah said to Elisha, “Tell me what I can do for you before I am taken away.” And Elisha replied, “Please let me inherit a double share of your spirit and become your successor.” “You have asked a difficult ...

We are rapidly moving toward the celebration of Jesus' death, and Lent is on our minds for those who observe it. A time in which we make sacrifices to in some way thank God for and identify with the sacrifice Jesus made for us. A...

You've probably heard enough about Tiger Woods' sordid lifestyle. I have too. And I have no interest in exploiting any of it. However, I have a lot of interest, for myself and any other Pastor, in learning from it. I have no interest in analyzing Tiger's...

Milfred Minitrea of the Missional Church Center, wrote a powerful post on his blog that I think deals with the dark side of ministry and how Pastors are constantly dealing with the issue of congregational change management and ministry effectiveness. In His post called, "Depression: Pastors...