Are people placed in ministry positions just to fill empty slots? Or does your congregation’s ministry selection process match gifts with mission? The newly released special edition of CALLED magazine answers those questions in its focus on equipping members for service.
Internship places students in real-life work situations with real-life co-workers performing actual professional tasks, which the job encompasses.
Mentoring doesn’t have to be formalized, structured, or systematized. I am convinced, though, that the most valuable forms of mentoring are done intentionally.
Since there are 1,440 minutes in each day, let me suggest a few things to help you make the most of your time.
Our message is powerful. Our beginning was providential. Our emphasis is prophetic. From a handful of disappointed North Americans, we have become a worldwide, multicultural movement that seeks to point people back to scripture. We can make a compelling argument directly from the Word, and we seek to inspire people to return to a more biblical approach to Christianity.
In general, moving, relocating, transitioning, or however you want to categorize it, is known as the soon-to-be plight of most pastors in ministry. It's not a matter of if we will relocate, but when.
What are you willing to risk this year for God? As we start the New Year, here are 7 spiritual leadership lessons I've learned from Nehemiah who risked adversity's advantage.
Understanding the complex role of contemporary pastors gives insight into the necessity for spiritual connection, emotional care, and physical awareness. This is essential and important to life balance in the professional journey of Adventist pastors.
Our Savior's example of spending time with His Father in prayer is the essential witness to us in these modern busy times. Jesus made spending time with His Father priority.
It takes prayerful and persevering intentionality to spend time with God on a daily basis because the enemy of our soul wars against this.