MY NAME IS PASTOR - Courses 1 - 5 (All 37 Videos)
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You are no better than other pastors, but to the members of your congregation, you hold a special place, set a part from all others.
Your job description has been predetermined by God to serve people in a distinctive role that meets a need in others that is uniquely yours.
In a broken world, virtue of any kind has a price tag, and those who pick up the tab are often pastors of local congregations.
Timelessly, why do human societies need the local pastor, and why does his presence make a difference?
Serving the Lord is simple, but not cheap. God’s investment into your life makes you priceless and irreplaceable! You are one-of-a-kind, without duplicate, and those who imitate another man’s ministry only cheapen their own value as God’s chosen shepherds. Let’s…
Every smart employer gives his employees a list of tangible expectations. Does God do the same for His pastors? Actually, He does! And it’s worth our while to explore that list and evaluate how well we shepherd God’s people. Needless…
Survival of the fittest, fastest, strongest and most-attractive plays out in the institutions of the world, but not in God’s world! God chooses the weak things to shame the mighty and the foolish to confound the wise. Together let’s explore…
God isn’t heartless when it comes to our desires, but more often than not, we must surrender every desire and be willing to do the things we don’t want to do. Isn’t it ironic that those who seek their own…
If God selects certain people to shepherd congregations, how does He let them know? How does He speak? Certainly, He gives directions, and usually, they’re very clear! Let’s look more deeply into the way God communicates to those chosen for…
Every pastor faces a significant moment where everything that can go wrong, does go wrong, and it’s within this moment that greatness is birthed.
Rejection is a common occurrence for most pastors. How does God use it toward a fruitful ministry?
A happy pastor is a giving pastor, always ready to sacrifice himself for the good of others.
Many are skeptical of your ministry, both inside and outside your church. Jesus’ example offers us answers to the world’s skepticism?
Pastors can be benched by Coach Jesus, because of one fatal flaw, and if unrecognized, this flaw is certain to destroy a team.
It can be difficult for people to work together. Can a pastor do something to minimize conflicts between vital members of his team?
A vessel in the United States Navy is only as effective as the team that runs it. Battles are won against men and demons when a church utilizes a strong team to man its battle stations.
Great leaders, coaches and pastors share a passion for excellence. Pastors in particular, as it pertains to God’s kingdom, must press toward a goal of excellence for God’s glory.
How does a pastor deal with failure, immaturity or a lack of sensitivity among members of his ministry team? What does grace look like in a good leader?
God distributes “superpowers” to different team members in your church. When they are recognized and utilized, your church itself takes its place in the battle against evil.
A pastor’s narrow definition of ministry can kill his church, whereas, identifying ministry in certain people can determine the future course of fruitful ministry.
It’s hard to say goodbye to certain people. It can hurt, and I’m still not use to it. But here are a few things I do to minimize the difficulties within the transition.
Wolves don’t care for unhealthy sheep, but a healthy congregation attracts them. Kingdom Seekers are trained to make inroads with you, Pastor. And so, how do you recognize them?
An attractive, yet dangerous form of Sectarianism can blow a good pastor to bits if he’s not careful to cherish the overall Body of Christ and protect his own heart from comparison.
“The busier you are the more valuable you are!” Talented, productive pastors can be lured to believe this lie. What is your best preventative?
The flesh compels a pastor to compare himself to other pastors. Demons lurk to fosters these feelings, and eventually, they destroy good churches. How do you guard against comparison?