Specific Actions to Manage Your Emotions In the Aftershock of Painful News

Many of us have been taught some damaging and false principles about emotions. You might have been told that it’s wrong to feel angry, that you shouldn’t feel sad, or that your faith is weak if you’re emotional. Your Emotions Are Neither Right Nor...

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A New Approach to Feeding Hungry Families While each step of the supply chain is important, there is none more pressing than delivering through the “Last Mile of Need.” Due to the many challenges of the...

She Reminds Me of You

My Mother’s father grew up in the village of Gungyi, hearing the roaring sounds of Japanese jet fighters, the crescendo of explosions, and the rainfall of debris. As a freelance journalist, he published an...

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In challenging times your people more than ever need to know you care about them personally. That’s critical when it comes to reopening. If your people sense you are more concerned about getting them back in the seats than you are about their personal wellbeing, it...

Leading and Discipling Into the New Normal Pt. 1

Leading and Discipling Into the New Normal Pt. 1

Many Christian leaders are wrestling with what it looks or will look like to reopen in-person church gatherings. Some churches, perhaps yours, are meeting in person now. But whether you are or not, if you’re honest you know things are not “normal.” And so do your...

Self-Care for Leaders Who are Barely Holding On

Self-Care for Leaders Who are Barely Holding On

Self - Care For Leaders Who Are Barely Holding On This is harder than I expected. All of it. From the lockdown to this weird middle ground, to whatever’s coming next, the sense of constant uncertainty is wearing on me. No, I’m not sick. And none of my loved ones are....

Leading and Discipling Into the New Normal Part 2

Leading and Discipling Into the New Normal Part 2

In challenging times your people more than ever need to know you care about them personally. That’s critical when it comes to reopening. If your people sense you are more concerned about getting them back in the seats than you are about their personal wellbeing, it...

Leading and Discipling Into the New Normal Pt. 1

Leading and Discipling Into the New Normal Pt. 1

Many Christian leaders are wrestling with what it looks or will look like to reopen in-person church gatherings. Some churches, perhaps yours, are meeting in person now. But whether you are or not, if you’re honest you know things are not “normal.” And so do your...

Self-Care for Leaders Who are Barely Holding On

Self-Care for Leaders Who are Barely Holding On

Self - Care For Leaders Who Are Barely Holding On This is harder than I expected. All of it. From the lockdown to this weird middle ground, to whatever’s coming next, the sense of constant uncertainty is wearing on me. No, I’m not sick. And none of my loved ones are....

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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.

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