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6 Ways Pastors Struggle

Home > Blog > 6 Ways Pastors Struggle 6 Ways Pastors Struggle By Ed Stetzer When pastors go into ministry, we don’t leave behind all of the struggles that define the human reality in which we live. Like others, we struggle with any number of things each day—interpersonal relationships, our […]


Twelve Resources for This Cultural Moment

By: Discipleship.org Discipleship-first Friends, The United States is the midst of big change. First, it was COVID-19 and all the changes around which everyone had to adopt. Then, it was economic shock. And now it has moved to public protests, demonstrations, and civil unrest. Now, it has moved even further […]


Episode 501: Thriving in Leadership

By: New Churches In Episode 501 of the NewChurches Q&A Podcast, Daniel and Ed discuss what thriving looks like and the importance of spiritual and emotional health. In This Episode, You’ll Discover: How church leaders are seen as second and third respondersWhy creating sabbath rhythms are important  Shareable Quotes (#NewChurches): […]


The Unmet Emotional Needs of Pastors

Home > Blog > The Unmet Emotional Needs of Pastors The Unmet Emotional Needs of Pastors By New Churches Team It’s no secret that pastoring is a calling that comes with many demands—pressure to please everyone in the congregation, a burden to keep church finances healthy, and carrying the weight […]


How to Support Your Spouse Experiencing Anxiety

By Kandi Gallaty: I will never forget that night at the mall. My husband, Robby, and I had just finished dinner and were headed shopping to look for jeans. He came out of the dressing room and said he wasn’t feeling well. He was light-headed, pale, and didn’t feel right. […]


Staying Positive During Quarantine

Home > Blog > Staying Positive During Quarantine Staying Positive During Quarantine By Brad Hambrick Let’s start by being honest. During a season of extended quarantine, it’s hard not to grow irritable, anxious, discouraged, and weary. There’s a bit of relief in just admitting, “I’m struggling,” and realizing you’re not […]