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Ministry can put a lot of strain on even the most healthy marriages. In this video, Rob Ketterling, lead pastor of River Valley Church, talks about mistakes he made when trying to balance ministry and his home life and a few things he has learned to stay healthy for the long haul. Whether you are married, dating, or single, these bits of advice will help you be a better leader.
When urgent matters start to take over your schedule it's easy to lose track of your priorities as a leader. In this video, Herbert Cooper, lead pastor of People's Church, gives insight on what things need to be at the forefront of every leader's schedule.
Pastor Jason Exley of Life Church in Midlothian, TX, shares from his personal experience about the importance of scheduling time with your family – and guarding that time well – while serving in ministry with excellence.
We all want our kids to grow up to love Jesus and be connected to a church community, but the reality is this doesn't always happen. The truth is, you can't make every decision for your kids, but you can set them up to know how to make good choices. In this week's episode of the CMN Leadership Podcast, Chris Railey talks about three things you can be doing now that will help make you a better parent and set up your kids to love Jesus in the future.
Serving in ministry can place a significant demand on your time and attention, and, left unchecked, it can lead to significant strain on your marriage. The good news is that you don't have to choose between a healthy marriage and a healthy ministry – you can have both! In this week's episode of the CMN Leadership Podcast, Chris Railey offers four key principles that will help your marriage flourish in ministry.
At the 2019 CMN Conference, Pastor Jeremy Foster of Hope City in Houston, TX, shared a message about the purpose of God – and our calling to walk it out by doing the work in our daily ministry.
This is an audio recording from our breakout sessions at CMN Conference 2019 in Dallas, Texas. In this session, Brian & Beth Engl talk about marriage and how to keep your relationship strong while experiencing the demands of ministry.
Pastors Caleb and Chrissy Cole of Project Church Sacramento offer insights into the benefits and challenges of co-leading a church.