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We are beginning a new series on the work of the pastor. This week we thought we would talk about the one thing that takes up the most time in the life of a pastor--preaching. What is it? Why does it matter? How do we do it?
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Welcome to another episode of the Front Pew! We have been spending the month of January talking about some issues that pastors are often hesitant to talk about. Today we discuss discouragement in ministry. Every pastor knows what it feels like to be discouraged in their ministry, to wonder if maybe they need to find another place to serve, and to feel like quitting altogether. It doesn't matter if you are in a big or small church, if you are the lead pastor or staff member, or if you are new to ministry or a seasoned veteran. It hits us all.
In this episode we discuss our own areas of discouragement, and talk about how to manage it and find encouragement. We hope that this episode will help pastor and people alike!
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Welcome to a new episode of the Front Pew! Thanks for listening! This week we are continuing to talk about some things that pastors avoid talking about. One thing that we are too silent about concerns our marriages, particularly when we are struggling to be a good husband. It happens to all of us, whether we want to admit it or not. Why is this, and what can we do about it?
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Welcome to a new episode of the Front Pew! During the month of January we want to talk about some things that pastors rarely talk about, and we thought we would kick it off by talking about "ministerial jealousy." Even though it is hard for us to admit, we are often jealous of other ministers or ministries. Why are we like this, and how do we overcome it? That is the subject of today's podcast.
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Welcome to 2018! We are happy to celebrate with you here on the Front Pew. Thanks for listening to this new episode! Today, Ben and Chris look back and look forward as they share the events of 2017 that they believe will have the most impact on believers in the new year, as well as discuss one helpful tip that they believe can be beneficial moving forward.
We are so appreciative of our listeners and supporters. When we started this podcast, we hoped that it would be an encouragement to those who not only serve in pastoral roles in the church, but also those laymen and women who faithful support and serve in their local church. We feel like our listeners have become our friends, and we are excited to continue growing together in this next year.
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