Tag: Pastor Training

Pastor, Sharpen Your Axe

Pastor, there are many things in ministry beyond your control that often necessitate the exertion of more strength than normal. But if you are not regularly sharpening your axe, you may be exerting more strength than is necessary. I’m as guilty as you are, often swinging away with painful dutifulness when a quick trip to the shed would promise both a more fluid rhythm and a better cut. Sometimes you need to stop and create space to sharpen your axe. If it is success in your calling you desire, capture the advantage of wisdom by sharpening your axe. Here are 5 axes for the pastor to regularly sharpen.

While In Crete (Book Release)

A church in pastoral transition needs an interim leader with biblical conviction, strategic influence, and a shepherd’s heart. In While in Crete, Dr. Wolfe offers a faithful biblical exposition of the New Testament book of Titus, with illustration and application focused on the interim pastorate.

NextGen Roundtable & Panel @ #SBTCAM17

Pastors 40yrs. and younger… have you signed up yet for the TX NextGen Pastors’ Roundtable Discussions and Dinner at the Annual Meeting? Monday, Nov.13 2017 at Criswell College in Dallas, TX you have the opportunity to hear from and interact with some of the SBTC’s leading personalities as they discuss and take Q/A on several core competencies of pastoral ministry.…

Preaching: From God & Before God

“For to God we are the fragrance of Christ among those who are being saved and among those who are perishing. To some we are an aroma of death but to others, an aroma of life leading to life. Who is adequate for these things? For we do not market the word of God for profit like so many. On…

Mission Haiti Details

I thought I would take a moment this morning to give a little more clarification on exactly what we will be doing in Haiti July 7-14 this year. As time has lapsed, God has definitely gotten ahold of this initiative and made it into a God-sized one. Below is a short summary of what we will be doing. May God…

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