I love that the pastors we routinely interact with are always looking to improve. Today, we examine seven areas to focus on as a pastor that will help you serve your church better.
Some highlights from today’s episode include:
We have to be continual learners and apply what we learn to our lives.
I am saddened at the rate of moral failures among ministers. It seems to be happening with more frequency.
If we’re not strong in the Lord, we will be weak in our humanity.
An outside view is always important to be able to see reality in your church.
Getting enough sleep can really help your perspective on life events.
The seven keys we cover are:
Read and listen with passion
Don’t forget Acts 6:4
The need for a regularly scheduled plan of outreach
Get out of the bubble
Enlist an outside voice every year
Take time to dream
Get some sleep
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