Regular pastors are tempted to chase a number of ministry goals. These goals can include platform building, a strong social media presence, denominational recognition, publishing contracts, speaking invitations, and even quasi-celebrity status.
“I think my child is ready to be baptized.” Regular pastors hear these words regularly. Little Johnny has asked a question about heaven, angels, death, or something remotely spiritual, and now Johnny’s parents think he’s ready to be baptized. Setting all skepticism aside, this is an encouraging and exciting development in the life of any child.
To close the year, I’m sharing the top blog posts and top podcasts of 2018. In 2019 I’ll continue to post a new blog or podcast each week, so check back “next year” for new content on Regular Pastor!
Landon and Chris Harrington sit down to talk about Nourishing the Nations, a ministry that focuses on feeding children and sharing the gospel.
When I read the story of Joseph, I’m always struck by his obedience and faithfulness. Certainly I don’t want to make Joseph “the” hero of the story. He is, however, remarkably obedient and faithful once he arrives in Egypt.
Landon talks to the Bishop of Greenwood, aka Zach Crook, pastor of Greenwood Baptist Church. Together they kick around advice for a first time pastor.
Landon talks to “Pastor Crossfit,” Josh Green, about regular pastors and extended time away, aka, sabbaticals.
Landon talks with Corey Speer and Hunter Seigler about when it’s OK for a church member to leave their church to join another church.