In this final post of this series, we want to consider another excellent reason to leave a church that could also be a reason to stay: spiritual abuse. C’mon up.
Should you stay at your church if your pastor has had a moral failure?
What would you say are good reasons for leaving a local church? In this new series, Thabiti suggests that leaving may not be the only way forward.
Have you noticed that recent months and years have recorded the fall of some very prominent church leaders? Can a fallen pastor be returned to pastoral leadership?
What are the barriers to getting on the mission field? What are the barriers to getting your church invested in missions?
C’mon up and learn about the National African-American’s Missions Conference and its history within the larger tradition of African-American’s participation in missions.
What is the tension between international missions and needs within your community? How do you introduce a passion for missions to your church as a new pastor?
Cameron Triggs is a friend of The Front Porch and a church-planter headed to Orlando, FL. We brought him up on the porch to chop up about life, ministry, and a particular focus of his: apologetics.
Thabiti joins Bishop David Perrin, who has faithfully served in Washington D.C. area for a long time, to discuss life, ministry, and God’s faithfulness throughout both.
Perhaps the most notable impact on me as a preacher have come from the encouragements of individual saints.