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Doubts and troubling times don’t have to destroy our faith.
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.
Healthy people do healthy things. Healthy leadership is a choice to do things that enrich your physical, emotional, and spiritual health. In this video, Eric Montoya from The Grove church in Santa Fe, New Mexico talks about how you can make the choice to be a healthy leader and have a brighter future.
When you are at your busiest, taking time off can seem counterproductive. However, a recent article from Forbes Magazine identified five ways highly successful people spend their time off. In this week's episode of the CMN Leadership Podcast, Chris Railey discusses how these five things can benefit your time off and strengthen your ministry.
According to the Pew Research Center, “the share of Americans who believe in God with absolute certainty has declined in recent years, while the share saying they have doubts about God’s existence – or that they do not believe in God at all – has grown.” And while most Americans continue to believe in God, the god in whom they believe is not necessarily the God of the Bible. The decline of belief in God, together with changes in the way people understand the word god, poses profound ministry challenges for pastors and other Christian leaders. In this episode of the Influence Podcast, George P. Wood, Influence magazine’s executive editor, talks to Preston Ulmer about how to talk to doubters about Jesus. Preston is the founder of the Doubters Club, whose goal is to bring Christians and non-Christians together in order “to model friendship and pursue truth together.” The former lead pastor of Discover Church in Denver, Colorado, Preston is now director of Discovery for the Church Multiplication Network of the Assemblies of God.