Intimacies in Life and Ministry
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Intimacy in Life and Ministry
How can a pastor develop healthy relationships? General Superintendent Thomas E. Trask understands the importance of building healthy relationships and shares his insight on this important subject.
Read what the author of Experiencing God has to say about how walking in an intimate relationship with God impacts the pastor’s life and ministry.
Intimacy: the Foundation for Healthy Ministry
Why do pastors and churches have conflict? One reason is a lack of healthy intimacy. Here is one pastor, who through the heartache of conflict, discovered how to make intimacy the foundation of his life and ministry.
Intimacy with God is a life-long pursuit. God calls us to an intimate relationship with Him, but pastors often allow the busyness of ministry to hinder that relationship. Learn how to maintain an intimate relationship with God from a pastor who knows what it means to walk with God.
Our self-concept and how we were raised affects our relationships with others. But God has provided through His grace ways to overcome any deficiencies in our lives. The author shares his insight and wisdom on this important subject.
After one’s relationship with God, the next most important relationships are with one’s spouse and family. One of the foremost leaders in family ministry provides ways pastors can grow in their relationships with their wives and families.
Surviving the Parsonage — Intimacy Issues for the Pastor’s Wife
What is a pastor’s wife to do when confronted with the demands of ministry? A long-time pastor’s wife and counselor who learned how to survive the parsonage shares her insight and encouragement.
Pastoring means ministering to people. But what about those who are not loveable? Here are some practical ways you can love your church.
Building Relationships with the community
Effectively reaching your community with the gospel involves building relationships with people in your community. Read how one pastor and his church are touching lives through relationship-building ministries.
Ministry Group Development: A New leadership initiative
Four ministry leaders discuss a new ministry initiative that will bring pastors and ministers together in meaningful, ministry-building relationships.
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