Four Ways Pastor Enable Dysfunction in Their Churches

After reading this post written by Joel Rainey, I thought you might like to see it also.
But then the more I thought about it, maybe you wouldn’t…

Joel Rainey leads the Engagement Team for Evangelism and Missions at the Mid-Atlantic Baptist Network.
I am not making any accusations or implying anything but hope the article will prompt a little spirit-led self-examination: it did for me.

Once you’ve had a chance to read it (just click on the title-link below), I’d invite you to respond to the following question: “How you handle advice from the congregation regarding sermon topics”.

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1 thought on “Four Ways Pastor Enable Dysfunction in Their Churches

  1. Lee Martin Reply

    Oh how I wish you would stop finding the articles that dig into my past. This present article finds me guilty of three of the four. (#4 I am not guilty of). Thank God he gives us all opportunity to confess, repent and move forward. The wise minister does not return to his old ways.

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