Assisting pastors in practical and spiritual matters concerning leading the church in the 21st Century. Listen as Barry Davis and Ministry Guests discuss issues that are relevant to today's leaders. Having been a pastor for decades, Barry knows what it is like to be on the front lines of ministry, in the pulpit, out in the community, in board meetings, doing evangelism, and all that comes with an active church ministry. Bringing that experience to this podcast, he is in a unique position to lead other pastors to be successful in God’s call. Visit:www.PastorsHelper.com
Unity in prayer, authority in prayer, intensity in prayer, and expectancy in prayer lead to one thing – God’s power being manifested in the church and through His people. This is not complicated – they are God’s simple principles enacted for His glory, for His benefit, and for the salvation of the world which He loves. As Christian leaders it is our responsibility to not only be people of prayer, but to teach our people the proper way to pray, so that as a church, and as a kingdom, we will see incredible results.
Most ministers struggle when it comes to knowing how success is defined and how to know whether their ministry could be considered successful or not. Join Barry as he takes us into Acts chapters 1 and 2 and we discover exactly what biblical success is and how to obtain it. You can be a successful minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ!
If you’ve been involved in ministry for any length of time, and been on the search for a new ministry opportunity, you’ve seen these terms “bi-vocational” and “part-time” thrown around pretty loosely to describe the role the seeking church expects their future minister to fill. Tune into hear what these terms mean, and how best to discuss a church's wants, needs, and expectations in a way that is beneficial to everyone involved.
Many of the Christian leadership issues we discuss in pastoral ministry are the same basic issues they were discussing 50 years ago, because at its core, we deal with the same types of things our predecessors were dealing with. But with social media gaining prominence, and with many of us using those tools for ministry, it has opened up a whole new avenue for potential problems, as well as potential pluses for those in ministry. Join us as we learn how we should, and shouldn't, use social media as ministers of the Gospel.
Today we will be discussing how to get your people back in the church who have been away due to COVID-19. As you already know, many people have gotten used to online services during COVID-19 and some have just gotten used to not attending church services. We are going to share seven ways for you to get your members to come back and stay back in this episode.