Month: February 2015

A Pastor’s Battle with Insecurity – Part 13

For nearly three months, we have been exploring the moments in ministry life when a pastor can be overcome by his own insecurities. I hope by now any resistance to such reality has been conquered by the awareness that every single one of us battle moments of emotional weakness. While God does equip us supernaturally

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A Pastor’s Battle with Insecurity – Part 12

Over the past three months, we have been considering emotional insecurities and what they look like when experienced by a pastor. With all the expectations placed on a minister’s life, people often forget that pastors have the same emotional needs as everyone else. Unfortunately, letting those needs get the best of us at inopportune times

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A Pastor’s Battle with Insecurity – Part 11

I watched it happen not long ago… As I sat listening to a minister speak to a large congregation, I saw it so clearly. His insecurities were affecting his message. Apparently, for reasons only he and perhaps a few close friends might know, this speaker was intimidated by his audience. And it showed…really showed. Now

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A Pastor’s Battle with Insecurity – Part 10

Over the past several weeks, we have been considering the many reasons pastors can face their own personal insecurities and the different ways those feelings are often demonstrated. We’d all like to think that spiritual leaders have escaped the clutches of these emotional issues, but (like the rest of us), pastors are human. Like us,

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