Month: July 2015

No One Multiplies Alone

Lead pastors, associate pastors, church planters, campus pastors, and pastors wives are all at risk for dealing with the feelings of isolation and loneliness that can often accompany any kingdom role in ministry. Isolation and loneliness develop for one of three reasons.

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Getting Advice From Canada

Reading the many news articles, blogs and social media posts on the Supreme Court decision brought a variety of view points. I agreed with some, disagreed with others and wasn’t sure what to do with more than a few.

Here is the post I enjoyed the most from Carey Nieuwhof: Some Advice on Same-Sex Marriage for US Church Leaders From a Canadian. It doesn’t solve anything but it helps my heart.

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Information for Pastors Regarding the Supreme Court Ruling

The June 26, 2015 Supreme Court ruling legalizing same-sex marriage has sent the church world reeling. Questions like, “How can we protect ourselves as the church?” already have been coming to me. I’ve done a bit of reading on the matter and I share with you a free publication by the Alliance Defending Freedom that outlines what you can do in your bylaws and other policy documents to protect yourself if you choose not to perform same-sex marriages or from your facilities being used for the same purpose.

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