Burnout happens….a lot! You would be surprised the number of pastors and church leaders who are burnt out with ministry. For some, this is an internal thing where they have to fake enjoying church. For others, they quit and leave the ministry. I want to give you three simple ways to avoid burnout in yourContinue reading “3 Simple Ways to Avoid Burnout”
Below is information about a counseling conference from my friend, Reba Bowman. I highly encourage anyone in ministry to try to attend this conference if possible to acquire some practical training from some proven counselors. I also would encourage you to consider bringing a few team members that help you in your specific ministry toContinue reading “Ground Zero Training Event with Marty Von”
Want to improve a guest’s experience when they visit your church for the first time? Here are 6 steps.
I came across a survey recently by the Barna research group. The survey consisted of several stats regarding pastors and the books that they read and purchase. On average, pastors purchase 45 different titles a year. That is considerably more than the average reader across the board. This statistic got me thinking about books andContinue reading “10 Books Every Pastor Should Read”
Your family always should come before your youth ministry! Yes, we believe this, and we hear it taught all of the time, but are we living this out? That is another question in and of itself. I thought that I was living it out, and doing a good job at it, but over the pastContinue reading “Balancing Family and Ministry”