I started a new podcast that looks at the emotional, psychological and spiritual burden of being in ministry leadership. Each episode will feature an interview with a pastor, author, athlete, musician or non-profit leader.
I hope the podcast is helpful for you and the Church at large. I think it offers something honest, raw and genuine that is sometimes missing in ministry conversations.
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In the inaugural AtACrossroads.net Behind the Curtain Ministry Podcast, we interview Ken Wytsma about spiritual fatigue, social justice fatigue, self-glory in pastors and authors, as well as how churchgoers can best care for their pastors. Ken is the founding pastor in Bend, OR, the author of Pursuing Justice and The Grand Paradox and is the founder of The Justice Conference.
Info on the June 5-6 Justice Conference in Chicago (as well as 20 simulcast locations):
Books mentioned in the interview:
Where to find Ken online:
Askquestions.tv – You can search for skeptical questions you have about faith and find short answer video interviews addressing that topic.
Do your homework on our next podcast guest, Ted Kluck:
Ted’s website & blog: www.tedkluck.com
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