The Pastor/Youth Pastor Relationship

How can a senior pastor invest in his youth pastor? How can a youth pastor partner with the senior pastor? Join Eric Miller, director of ministry operations for CE National, as he talks with Tim Boal and Steve Martinez. Tim is lead pastor and Steve is director of student ministries at Grace Church in Lititz, Pennsylvania. Related Articles https://onmissioninsights.com/pastorpedia-developing-leadership-in-the-church/ https://onmissioninsights.com/5-ways-appreciate-your-pastor-all-year-long/

Staff and Lead Volunteers in a Church: Pastorpedia

Joys and sorrows from the same source  Most senior pastors will tell you that some of their greatest joys come from working together with staff as friends, and also with lead volunteers. And they will probably say the same about the saddest experiences of their careers. Same source. How can that be? A number of reasons go into this: We …

Everyone Needs a Ministry Coach: a Digital Lab

How many coaches does the average NFL team have? The answer is 23! Why is that? Certainly professional football players know how to play the game. The answer is that everyone needs a coach for them to excel. Every pastor also needs a coach to be as effective as possible. Pastors work hard, but don’t always get the results they …

Your Sport, Your Ministry

Extracurricular activities are huge in a student’s life. Friendships are forged during the many hours of practice these activities require. How can you help your students see these friendships as an opportunity to share Jesus and encourage fellow Christians in their faith? Eric Miller, director of ministry operations for CE National, talks with Michael Voss, women’s soccer coach at Grace …

3 Critical Steps to Becoming a Great Mentor

It used to frustrate me to my core. Teachers and youth leaders that always seemed to have graduates come back to visit. During my first few years of teaching at various times of the year, college students would come back to visit their favorite teachers. But that isn’t what bothered me. As a new teacher, there was something I didn’t …