Arms Held High

Arms Held High

There is a story in the Old Testament that offers a beautiful picture of what it looks like to support our ministry leaders.  In this story, we find the Israelites at war and their leader, Moses, on a mountaintop praying for victory.  Moses prays with his arms...
A 2-for-1 Special?

A 2-for-1 Special?

One frustration many pastor’s wives face is the expectations placed on them by church members. What was supposed to be her husband’s job also becomes hers, as she finds herself chairing committees, leading the women’s ministry and working in the nursery on Sunday....
Love and Marriage

Love and Marriage

Perhaps no marriage relationship is more at risk of spiritual attack than the marriage between a pastor and his wife. Think about it, the enemy could not only destroy a sacred relationship between spouses, but also an entire ministry if given a foothold in your...
A Resolution Worth Keeping

A Resolution Worth Keeping

Happy New Year!  Have you made any New Year’s resolutions?  Maybe, in addition to eating healthier, exercising more and spending more time with your family, you could make a resolution to be more intentional about supporting and encouraging your pastor and his family....
Confessions of a Ministry Leader

Confessions of a Ministry Leader

Dear Friends, This is certainly not your typical Christmas year-end giving request.  It’s raw, it’s bold, it’s filled with confession and truth, and it’s more critical now than ever before. By many accounts 2016 has been our most ambitious and aggressive growth year...
A Merry Little Christmas?

A Merry Little Christmas?

While it’s the “Most Wonderful Time of the Year”, Christmas can also the most stressful time of the year for many of us.  We all keep pretty busy schedules year-round and the Holiday season can often add a heap of new obligations and responsibilities on top of days...