IS IT POSSIBLE TO GROW IN YOUR RELATIONSHIP WITH GOD AMID THE DEMANDS OF MINISTRY?
Pastors are maturing. Deepening. They want substance for their congregations—and nourishment for their own soul. THE PASTOR’S SOUL series unleashes pastors to do what really matters. To step beyond skills. To give of their unique gifts. To minister authentically and grow in the intangibles of ministry like integrity and character.
A GROUND BREAKING SERIES ON THE INNER LIFE OF PASTORS
In this changing culture, pastors need dedication to do what God wants them to do. They need help to hear and heed God’s voice.
Most pastors enter ministry to accomplish great things for God’s kingdom. But that drive to make a difference—and the long hours that result—can crowd out the voice of God. In fact, the passion to build a church and the passion to know God often turn out to be mutually exclusive. In Listening to the Voice of God, author Roger Barrier writes candidly about his inability to hear God’s voice amid the demands of pastoring—and describes how he learned to hear God afresh when he dealt with the thorny issues of pride, spiritual warfare, and personal pain.