All Resources on Pastoral Ministry
Without extended and consecrated prayer, the ministry of the Word withers up and bears no fruit.
John Piper thinks it would be very difficult to bear the burdens of ministry alongside an unbelieving wife.
John Piper has three suggestions for how to lead a church into using a new translation.
John Piper talks about how a pastor can be helpfully authentic in front of his people.
The story of Ishmael is a warning not to build your ministry according to the flesh.
John Piper argues for the importance of having theologically unified church leadership.
Thoughts on the dangers and value of "celebrity" status.
John Piper says a repentant pastor can be restored, but he shouldn't presume upon it.
John Piper identifies four things that should be present for aspiring pastors.
John Piper mentions five approaches to helping a struggling shepherd.
John Piper says that flourishing can happen even when a pastor and his people aren't simultaneously on the same page.
John Piper recommends two things to relieve pastors from feeling like they always need to second-guess their staff.
John Piper has three questions for any potential blogger to consider.
John Piper openly contemplates the weightiness of pastoral ministry and is sustained knowing that God is God.
John Piper gives several reasons why it is good for pastors and churches to stay together longer.
Pastors should yearn for their people like Isaiah yearned for Israel.