It was difficult to picture myself working outside the church instead of in a ministry, but here’s some of why I chose to do it anyway.
Churches have written core values, but the unidentified values are the one they live by. The same is true for pastors.
I’ve learned a lot from working for myself this past year. Here are some of those lessons and how I’m being stretched through it.
It’s been a little over a year since I lost my job as a youth pastor and have launched out on the journey of self-employment. I hope this encourages you!
I’m liveblogging the D6 Conference today and tomorrow. Come hang out as we talk about the sessions and the live video feed.
Teenagers love Jesus, but not reading the Bible is not always a high priority. The three Es can help!
How we stretched our money and increased our income while serving in ministry.
I spent a lot of time praying, reading, and asking the Lord to provide direction for whatever is next in our future and ministry.
I’m learning more about myself and how God’s wired me as a youth pastor. I’m not content with “normal” ministry.
This is some of what we’re experiencing since being fired 6 months ago and advice for other terminated youth workers.