Minister's Toolbox is your online resource to get the encouragement you need so that you remain strong in your calling to serve Christ. Discover practical solutions to the everyday challenges leaders face. Many pastors leave the ministry each year due to family problems, financial difficulties, loneliness or moral failure. Discover how to overcome these challenges and regain your passion to finish well in ministry. Each 15-minute podcast provides real help from Casey Sabella, a pastor who has proven these principles through more than four decades of ministry.
Why Pastors Struggle To Develop Lasting Friendships
Pastors are some of the loneliest creatures on our planet. Most of us were trained or told that we cannot be friends with people we serve. Is this true? If so, precisely where can we find friends? How is a church affected when their pastor is friendless? Are we hindering the cause of Christ by living isolated lives?
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Stop Losing Money To The IRS!
Every year pastors lose money by paying extra taxes they are not required to pay. Why do they do this? Ignorance of the benefits afforded to ministers. Many know about the housing allowance benefits, but don't take advantage of them properly. As a result, they are donating more of their income to the government. Unless you are intending to be a benevolent contributor, you shouldn't miss today's brief discussion on how to pay your fair share and no more!
How To Fulfill God's Vision For Your Church Despite The Present Circumstance
Today I interview Jan Nel, a long-time friend and missionary from Thailand. He shares how his ministry changed when COVID hit. How can we continue building relationships across the world and fulfill God's mission for our churches despite the current crisis? The harvest is still ready and those who adapt will reap it for the Kingdom.
How To Avoid Losing Your Right Eye (Not As Easy As You Think).
Has the Church lost it's way? Is it possible that we have gradually abandoned our mission to accommodate the whims of government and/or cultural mores? When you consider the absence of key elements in our preaching, we are forced to conclude that the answer is regrettably, yes. Today, I share some things on my heart that gravely concern me. Join me for a frank discussion or risk losing your right eye.
How To Invest Wisely Toward Your Future
One of the top reasons ministers leave their vocation is financial problems. Issues such as salary and housing are discussed in Episode 11. Today, I want to talk with you about your financial future. At one time, I worked bi-vocationally in the financial planning field. Allow my experiences to help you plan for a better future.
Confessions Of A Bootstrap Church Planter
On Today's Podcast, I interview Steve Hinton, author of the book, Confessions, Finding Hope Through One Pastor's Doubt. Steve shares his journey as a pioneer church planter and how betrayal nearly shipwrecked his dream to plant a new congregation. I know you will be encouraged!
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Pastor Jan Nel;
Casey is a no nonsense man of God with a lion’s heart for the ministry and those who serve in it. I have had the privilege of spending many hours with Casey as a friend. He never changes and lives what he teaches. You need to hear what he has to say and pass it on to others.
Great show for anyone in ministry! Love the guests and topics Casey brings on.
I have listened to quite a few of Casey’s podcasts and have really enjoyed them. He is honest about his struggles and gives great tools of wisdom when it comes to reaching a lost and lonely generation. I highly recommend giving your ear for a few minutes. Sometimes as church members/ leaders we forget how to love the unlovely and this podcast helps with that.