The Whipping Hoax, by Barbara SimpsonMay 2, 2022
St. Joseph the Worker: The Anti-Communist, by William MahoneyMay 2, 2022
By Michael Brown, The Stream, April 29, 2022
Editor’s note: The Stream‘s Pastor’s Corner has a section of sexuality to assist pastors on addressing this topic. Articles in this section include “Homosexuality and Transgenderism, a Practical Ministry Explainer Series for Pastors: Introduction.”
Dr. Michael Brown (www.askdrbrown.org) is the host of the nationally syndicated Line of Fire radio program. His latest book is Revival Or We Die: A Great Awakening Is Our Only Hope. Connect with him on Facebook, Twitter or YouTube.
If you have accepted God’s calling on your life to serve His people as a shepherd and a leader, then you have my respect. I honor you for your service, and I recognize your sacrifice.
Pastoral ministry is anything but easy, and only those who have served as pastoral leaders know the immense pressures you face.
You are the one to get the phone call from the shocked parents who just learned that their child was killed in a car accident. You have to bring comforting words at the funeral. You have to answer the questions of, “Where was God?”
And you have to do this while preparing your message for Sunday. And while counseling a couple on the verge of divorce. And while helping a young man struggling with porn. And while figuring out how to make up for the budget shortfall. And while trying to encourage your people to spend more time in prayer and reading the Bible. And while looking for new ways to do community outreach. …