Broken, sinful people and broken, sinful pastors (no different than the rest of us) have the potential to create a broken church. Relationships in the church can be disappointing, excruciating, and devastating. But Christ works redemptive beauties in the midst of this reality. When all is said and done, the more you love God and His people, the more you enter His story, where His brokenness makes us beautiful, and where His wounds anchor our lives to each other.
Everyday Life of a Pastor: Reasons to Persevere
Author: Stuart Stogner Date: January 02, 2006
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Other Articles Included in This Issue
- Everyday Life of a Pastor: Reasons to Persevere
- Pastoral Care in a Growing Church: Bigger Boat or Better Boat?
- More than Counseling: A Vision for the Entire Church
- One Church’s Story
- Leadership Training: Shepherding Leaders to Shepherd the Flock
- Large Church Pastoral Care: Personal Ministry that Transforms
- Planting a Church—On the Fly!
- Spiritual Formation and the Lord’s Supper: Remembering, Receiving, Sharing
- Children’s Ministry: How to Raise Daniel while Living in Babylon