Some of the greatest servants, volunteers and workers in any local church are often single folks who are looking for community and a place to belong.
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Hosted by Dale Sellers, our Executive Director, and a former small church pastor, our 95Network podcast is a wealth of information specifically for small-church pastors—delivered in a candid, kind, and concise way. We cover pressing topics in modern ministry, annual trends, and more.
So many pastors are “performance-driven” in their vocational leadership. Jesus has never asked us to perform for him. He wants us to carry out our ministry in peace.
Time doesn’t necessarily heal all traumatic wounds. It’s takes a lot of conversation and even counseling to embrace healing and wholeness.
Deep seated and unresolved disappointments can have a crippling effect on your personal soul.
Growing up as a missionary kid caused Jordan to have a tremendous heart for the nations. His passion is for everyone, everywhere to meet Jesus personally.
The Internet gives us access to information that we can sort through on our own. A.I. does that for us and generates content literally in seconds.
No matter what your age, it’s still not too late to confront the events in your life that may be holding you back from living in total freedom. Jesus can even take your “pain from the past” and use it to bring hope and healing to others today.
Shayla’s passion for the local church to reach their individual communities is what fuels her desire to see every church be as effective as possible.
One of the biggest mistakes most ministers make is opting out of Social Security. Jamison calls it “the million dollar mistake!”
Our 200th Episode Announces The New Partnership w/ Compassion International (w/ Matt Wilson) – Episode 200
There has to be an intentional emphasis to reach children and youth if you’re wanting to help lead people to Jesus. Over that past 70 years, the majority of those who commit to Jesus are children and youth.
Life can change in an instant. When it does, it’s so important to have community and honest relationships to help you work through it.
Looking at the horizon for churches in the coming decades requires us to discover new avenues of financial resources and stability. Sadly, many churches will wait until it’s too later or they are in a pressure filled situation to research new possibilities.