When Kathy and I married, I had already been pastoring my first multichurch district for two years. Marriage brings with it many adjustments-indeed, those of you who are married understand what I am saying. But for my wife, it was particularly challenging: a young bride living apart from her family for the first time, not having any pastoral spouses in her immediate family to serve as role models, becoming a part of church families that knew me but didn't know her.
In Mathew 28:19, Jesus commissions us to go and make disciples in all nations. Discover how you can grow God's church in a multichurch district by getting your members involved.
Every pastor needs support in order to successfully minister in their district. Read about one source of support you may have overlooked.
Why learning the language of each individual church is crucial for a multichurch pastor to be successful.
What does God mean when He says something will last "forever"?
As a multichurch pastor you have to balance many different roles and responsibilities. What can you do to make it a rewarding experience for both you and the churches?
I often wish there was a crash course on how to be a pastor's wife. After all, it seems that the moment I said "I do" to the man of my dreams (who happened to be a pastor), I signed up to be a partner in team ministry, whether or not I was ready.