When it comes to major life decisions, we all need to bring it humbly before the Lord and trust His guidance. In this week’s episode, Kirby […]
Pastors Barrier and Barteau share real-life experiences that have shaped their ministries. Crisis management, recovering from failure and processing pain are discussed. Identifying key influencers and energizing friends can enhance life.
Pastor Roger Barrier and daughter Brianna Barrier Wetherbee discuss managing expectations, dealing with pressure and living in the fishbowl of the parsonage.
Marilyn Morris, founder and president of Aim For Success, Inc. and author of Teens, Sex and Choices and ABCs of the Birds and Bees for Parents […]
Dr. Deb and “D” discus how to recognize and deal with the baggage in our life, requiring the need to look in the mirror and how to fight with God’s help to get through it.
Craig and Amy Groeschel, Herbert and Tiffany Cooper of People’s Church, lead a powerful prayer time to heal and unify our nation.
Pastor Glenn Barteau and Counselor Annette Ladd
Pastors Barrier and Barteau discuss elements of effective leadership. How do you measure your skill and potential? How do you deal with opposition or cultivate competent lay-leader teams? Pastors are challenged to grow in integrity and influence.
Building an efficient staff is predicated on a clear understanding of the unique skills of employees. Personnel must be evaluated for their competency, passion and teachable hearts. Cooperation and flexibility can make or break a good team member.
Wide-ranging interests and diversions will produce a rested and well-rounded pastor. Spiritual, emotional and physical wellness will prolong a pastor’s ministries. Priorities must be set and boundaries must be established.