Tag: encouragement

Words of Encouragement for Pastors (COVID19 Week 21)

PASTOR: In the shifting winds of information overload, social hysteria, executive orders, economic turmoil, political upheaval, racial crisis, and so much more, most pastors are finding this season almost impossible to navigate. But take heart. Even in the darkest of valleys God gives rest, renewal, and reassurance to those he shepherds.

GUEST BLOG (Jeremy Bradshaw): Pastoring Through Crisis

GUEST BLOG (Jeremy Bradshaw): “Today may be hard, but it isn’t the last word. Tomorrow may painful, but hope keeps rising. The crisis may yet drag on for weeks and your weaknesses may yet be more fully exposed, but Jesus still won’t be done with you. He loves you. He’s got you. He’ll get you through. He’ll keep you. He will soon be coming back for you. Amen and amen.”

Healing for a Sorrowful Soul

“My life is down in the dust; give me life through your word. I told you about my life, and you answered me; teach me your statutes. Help me understand the meaning of your precepts so that I can meditate on your wonders. I am weary from grief; strengthen me through your word.” (Psalm 119:25-28) Sorrow of the soul is…

What’s In A Nickname?

My real name is Anthony but my whole life people have called me Tony. No worries, though. I like Tony. In fact, if you call me Anthony, my first instinct is to think (a) I’m in trouble or (b) you don’t know me that well. Three of my brothers also had nicknames when we were growing up. Our friends called…

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