Andrew Franklin is the Lead Pastor of Mosaic Community Church in Eastside Seattle, Washington. He is also the author of Created for Love, a book about reclaiming Jesus's Vision for Sexuality, Gender & Relationships.
Dr. Phillip Koo is the Leadership Residency Director at Christ Chapel Bible Church in Fort, Worth, Texas. On today's episode we talk with Phillip about creating margin, avoiding burnout, and church leadership, especially as it relates to Seminary students or pastors in a residency program.
Join us as we speak with pastor Randy Kendrix. Randy is the the Pastor of First Baptist Church Madill, Oklahoma. He has served at churches in Oklahoma, Texas and Louisiana and as an Area Representative with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
Join us as we talk to Dr. Danny Forshee on mental health and pastoral leadership. Danny shares his story and encourages leaders.
Do you know someone struggling with depression or having suicidal thoughts? The answer is almost always "yes". Dr. Matthew Sleeth explains the impact of mental health on pastors and challenges us to be more proactive from the pulpit on addressing the current suicide crises.
Are you tired? Dr. Matthew Sleeth, MD, shares the benefits of living grounded by the Sabbath will lead to a more fulfilling life and ministry.
Dace shares 10 lessons he has learned from pastoring the same church for the last decade. The changes have made a big difference.
Join us for a conversation with Dr. Drew Dabbs on how to create margin, avoid burnout, and lead effectively. Drew is the pastor of First Baptist Church, Hamilton, Texas. He completed his undergraduate work in Christian Studies at Mississippi College, and later attended Truett Seminary, where he completed his Master of Divinity and Doctor of Ministry. Drew has over 20 years of ministry experience.
We interview Richard Ray, the current Director of Missions for Tri-Rivers Baptist Area, a network of 80+ churches in central Texas. Under Richard's leadership, Tri-Rivers purchases a retreat center for area churches, hosting a series of student camps, church trainings, and conferences which has further accelerated the growth of Tri-Rivers. He has also set up a free shelter for domestic abuse survivors.
Dr. Anthony Svajda uses a scuba-diving analogy to explain the different pressures many church leaders can face while pastoring.