Carey Nieuwhof and David Kinnaman discuss a brand new statistic revealing that 38% of pastors have seriously considered quitting full time ministry in the last 12 months. Their conversation offers insights into the significance of this finding and practical ways to encourage pastors to persevere.
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7 months ago
Carey Nieuwhof is in the guest seat today as David Kinnaman flips the mic on him to talk about making space for rest and healthy rhythms for leaders. Carey talks about designing physical spaces for productivity, managing your energy to avoid burnout and fostering relationships after years in ministry.
To get a FREE copy of Carey’s new book, At Your Best, for Pastor Appreciation Month this October, visit Aspengroup.com/churchpulse today!Post Views: 467
1 month ago
Matt Markins (President and CEO of Awana) sits down with Carey Nieuwhof and David Kinnaman to talk about what’s changed in children’s ministry over the years, how to disciple kids towards a resilient faith and the role parents can play in their kid’s spiritual growth.
Check out Awana’s Child Discipleship Forum to learn more about the work they’re doing.Post Views: 352
8 months ago
Dr. Stephanie Shackelford (senior Barna fellow and author) joins David Kinnaman to talk about vocational discipleship within the Church. Drawing from recent Barna research, she debunks the common myths Christians believe about finding happiness and explains why the conversation on vocation matters for both younger and older generations.Post Views: 1,113