In this Edition of Leader’s Line, I interview Daniel DK Kim, a Korean American worship pastor at a multiethnic church, on the joys, challenges, and lessons as a minority leader in a majority culture.
Whether you’re stepping in as a new lead pastor or as a new intern, there are things you can say or do that will place you on the slow but sure road of credibility or set you on the fast-track of unlikeability. In this post, I share a few principles I’ve found helpful in the midst of my own transition.
In this post, I discuss contributing factors made by lead pastors which aid and support their associates.
Associate pastors are an important part of church staff, but it’s not an easy position to navigate. In this post, I detail some practices I believe will be helpful for associates to flourish.
Every preacher wants to be effective. We pay attention to the usual issues, but what if there's something else fundamental to our preaching effectiveness?
You don't need to be the strongest communicator or be the greatest strategist to be effective in ministry. While intangibles, like charisma or intelligence help us, there may be another form of ability that helps individuals thrive in ministry.
Pastors experience all types of ministry seasons. While some seasons are more difficult than others, there are unique seasons that can drive a pastor into despair. In this post, I attempt to explain why I think this happens and I'll share my own personal experience.