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Ministry is dangerous and demanding work. Find the daily encouragement and hope church pastors, volunteers, and leaders need to stay motivated and fixed on your mission.

Looking for a way out

What do you do when your situation frustrates, discourages, or disappoints you? In this article Dace advises what to do when you just want out.

what your attitude reveals

What your attitude reveals

How’s your attitude? Our attitudes reveal where we are placing our focus. Attitude is like a barometer for our hearts – it shows what’s going on underneath. What you cultivate inside always finds its way out.

When your church hates you: lessons from the early years of Charles Simeon

Have key members in your church tried to get rid of you on multiple occasions? Has your flock deliberately tried to undermine your ministry? Have you been the object of fierce hostility, anger, and spite? If so, you are in company with one of history’s greatest preachers: Charles Simeon (1759-1839). In this article we will look at the turbulent beginnings of one of the greatest preachers of the nineteenth century.

When you wish things were different

What does frustration in life have to do with our theology? In this article, we’ll take a look at how God can work deeply in us through the trials of life, unchanging circumstances and difficult people.

Parenting in light of the Gospel

The Gospel brings about a radical change in our lives. How should our parenting be impacted by Gospel truth? In a world full of conflicting information, God’s Word provides the needed foundation to lead our children in following Christ. In this article, we will discuss a few areas where the Gospel can produce liberating changes in our approach parenting.

Why pastors need real friends

Being well-known and having deep and abiding relationships with others are two completely different things. Some pastors are hesitant to develop relationships that go beyond surface matters out of a fear of being hurt or betrayed. In this post, we will discuss a few reasons why it is critical for pastors and ministry couples to cultivate deep friendships with others.

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