YouNot all of us pastors have the luxury of having a full worship band, pianist and an ear for music. Let’s face it, some of us reading this article right … Continue reading 10 Ministry Tools for the Non-Musically Inclined Pastor.
What is it that drives you, motivates you, wakes you up in the morning? Fear? Coffee? Money? Children? Your Spouse? What are your passions and goals in life? To be … Continue reading The Dreams of Our Childhood…
I’ve been doing some research on Millennials…I happen to have two living in my home. More and more I see young people reaching a certain age in our corps, … Continue reading 4 Reasons The Salvation Army Is Losing Millennials
With all of the news of mega church pastors leaving, taking sabbaticals and burning out, I thought it fitting to discuss helpful ways that The Salvationist can combat burnout as … Continue reading 5 Ways To Combat Salvation Army Burnout…
“Here is the principle – adapt your measures to the necessity of the people to whom you minister. You are to take the Gospel to them in such modes and … Continue reading Dear Salvation Army, Answering The Call
General William Booth’s last words were “Others”. Give this podcast a listen today “Others” Podcast May we be continually challenged by the Holy Spirit to serve others and share the good … Continue reading Ponder Cast #10 “Others”
Is there such a thing within our ranks as a dissonant voice? Is this even something considered? Sometimes I wonder if individuality can be present within a quasi-militant organizational model … Continue reading Dear Salvation Army, The Voice of Dissonance?
Sometimes, perhaps, Christians become so focused upon one aspect of the Jesus’ teachings that it nearly overshadows another important teaching – humility and service. What I mean is that Jesus … Continue reading Could Communion Be Overshadowing Something More Important?