The Pastor as a Churchman

An oft-overlooked reality in pastoral ministry is that the pastor is a churchman first, and then a pastor. Pastors need those who can minister and speak God’s word into their lives and hold them accountable. In a word, pastors need pastors. Pastors need to be, first and always, disciples; the extraordinary call of a pastor never negates the ordinary call of a man to be a faithful follower of Lord Jesus. How might a pastor ensure that he partakes of the ordinary means of grace in the course of his ministry?

Listen as Brian Croft and Jim Savastio address these issues and more.

RESOURCES:

The Pastor’s Soul (**New Book–Available for Pre-Order**)

Soul Care for the Bi-Vocational Pastor

Why is silence good and necessary for a pastor’s soul?

How does a man not lose his soul in the work of pastoral ministry?

 

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