The Federalist Press Number 87

To the Citizens of the United States The Covid-19 pandemic has officially surpassed the year mark in America. This last year has been extremely challenging for many of us. These challenges have manifested themselves in some of the most open-air...

The New Prosperity Theology

I’m afraid a look into popular Christianity in America reveals teachings of a religion far from what the early church would have recognized. This Christianity worships a god who wants us to achieve worldly...

Pastor: Thou Shalt Not Kill Thyself

 Ministry is hard work, beset by temptation, difficulty, and weariness. Clergy are not immune to depression or suicidal thoughts. What follows is advice for pastors, designed to help prevent the depression...

17 Ways to Keep Your Church Connected During Covid

Helping Your Small Group Thrive

*By submitting your email address, you understand that you will receive email communications from HarperCollins Christian Publishing (501 Nelson Place, Nashville, TN 37214 USA) providing information about products and services of HCCP and its affiliates. You may unsubscribe from these email communications at any time. If you have any questions, please review our Privacy Policy or email us at yourprivacy@harpercollins.com.

Current Articles

New

Most Recent
Covid-19
12 Powerful Ways Jesus Chooses to Not “Play Nice” Part 2

12 Powerful Ways Jesus Chooses to Not “Play Nice” Part 2

What happens before the Bible’s most famous verse, John 3:16? To Jesus, the  master conversationalist, it’s all fair game toward one overriding mission. Nicodemus is confused. Jesus comes right back at him. “Pay attention. That which is holy and true to God is like...

Making the Most Of Biblical Higher Education

Making the Most Of Biblical Higher Education

It has been said that “An education cannot make the most of a person, but a person can make the most of an education.”  Some of the greatest men in the modern history of Christian ministry were without any formal theological training.  Such a list is too long to...

The 7 Rules of Rest

The 7 Rules of Rest

Pastor, you are called to preach. You are called to shepherd. You are called to lead. You are called to serve. You are called to sacrifice. You are also called to rest! This is especially important after this long season of stress we have all endured during the...

12 Powerful Ways Jesus Chooses to Not “Play Nice” Part 2

12 Powerful Ways Jesus Chooses to Not “Play Nice” Part 2

What happens before the Bible’s most famous verse, John 3:16? To Jesus, the  master conversationalist, it’s all fair game toward one overriding mission. Nicodemus is confused. Jesus comes right back at him. “Pay attention. That which is holy and true to God is like...

Making the Most Of Biblical Higher Education

Making the Most Of Biblical Higher Education

It has been said that “An education cannot make the most of a person, but a person can make the most of an education.”  Some of the greatest men in the modern history of Christian ministry were without any formal theological training.  Such a list is too long to...

The 7 Rules of Rest

The 7 Rules of Rest

Pastor, you are called to preach. You are called to shepherd. You are called to lead. You are called to serve. You are called to sacrifice. You are also called to rest! This is especially important after this long season of stress we have all endured during the...

The Stamp Collector

Mark and Jeff and I are sponsors of our sons’ soccer teams this year. After a bruising Saturday morning chasing the kids through an activity that...

Categories

Categories

Perspective
Inspiration
Creativity
Family
Refreshment

Pastorbox.com

View the Current Pastor Resource Issue

july cover pastor resource magazine

Editor’s Pick

 

About the President

Dave Wike and his wife, Margie, live in Carolina Beach, NC with their four kids and their dog, Happy. When he’s not serving pastors, you can find him strumming his guitar, surfing, or hanging out with his family. He loves the Lord, and feels as though he has called him to caring for pastors time and time again.

Dave Wike

President