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As pastors, how can we best embrace healthy, well-balanced leadership for our life and ministry? Join PastorServe executive, Jason Daye, every week as he invites insightful church leaders into a conversation to explore this very question. Jason knows, firsthand, the challenges of being a pastor and the importance of developing a sustainable rhythm for life and ministry. Each episode helps equip pastors, just like you, with a faithful balance across both your more public FrontStage, and your more personal BackStage, so you can thrive in all areas of life. But FrontStage BackStage is much more than another church leadership podcast, it is a complete resource to help you and your ministry leaders grow. Every week we go the extra mile and create a free downloadable toolkit so you and your ministry team can dive deeper into the topic that is discussed. We are grateful for the opportunity to play a part in your ongoing ministry, encouraging you to serve and live in healthy and sustainable ways. So join us as, together, we learn to love well, live well, and lead well. Learn more and download the free weekly toolkit at PastorServe.org/network

FrontStage BackStage with Jason Daye - Healthy Leadership for Life and Ministry Jason Daye

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 5.0 • 8 Ratings

As pastors, how can we best embrace healthy, well-balanced leadership for our life and ministry? Join PastorServe executive, Jason Daye, every week as he invites insightful church leaders into a conversation to explore this very question. Jason knows, firsthand, the challenges of being a pastor and the importance of developing a sustainable rhythm for life and ministry. Each episode helps equip pastors, just like you, with a faithful balance across both your more public FrontStage, and your more personal BackStage, so you can thrive in all areas of life. But FrontStage BackStage is much more than another church leadership podcast, it is a complete resource to help you and your ministry leaders grow. Every week we go the extra mile and create a free downloadable toolkit so you and your ministry team can dive deeper into the topic that is discussed. We are grateful for the opportunity to play a part in your ongoing ministry, encouraging you to serve and live in healthy and sustainable ways. So join us as, together, we learn to love well, live well, and lead well. Learn more and download the free weekly toolkit at PastorServe.org/network

    Ministering in an Increasingly Fragmented World - Terry Crist - 97 - FrontStage BackStage with Jason Daye

    Ministering in an Increasingly Fragmented World - Terry Crist - 97 - FrontStage BackStage with Jason Daye

    In our us versus them world, how can we engage with and minister to people with differing beliefs in a way that truly honors God? In this week's conversation on FrontStage BackStage, host Jason Daye is joined by Terry Crist. Terry is the co-lead pastor of City of Grace in Phoenix, along with his wife, Judith. Terry is passionate about the beauty of the gospel and its power to transform communities. His most recent book is entitled Loving Samaritans. Together, Terry and Jason explore how we, as ministry leaders, can live lives of radical kindness and inclusivity without compromising our beliefs or the truth of the gospel. Terry shares from his own experiences and ministry how to find common ground with those who have differing beliefs and extend grace to them as you share the love of Christ.

    Dig deeper into this conversation: Find the free Weekly Toolkit, including the Ministry Leaders Growth Guide, all resource links, and more, at http://PastorServe.org/network

    Some key takeaways from this conversation:

    Terry Crist on the enduring nature of division throughout history: "Throughout history, division has been seen for what it is. It's of another kingdom."

    Terry Crist on the importance of embodying this love in actions and behavior, thereby reflecting God's grace in human interactions and relationships: "What we do have the opportunity to do is to exemplify the kind of love that bears witness to the grace of God."

    Terry Crist on the effectiveness in reaching and influencing a larger group of people: "I discovered over time that in connecting with the one, you actually become more effective in reaching the many."
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    Looking to dig more deeply into this topic and conversation? FrontStage BackStage is much more than another church leadership show, it is a complete resource to help you and your ministry leaders grow. Every week we go the extra mile and create a free toolkit so you and your ministry team can dive deeper into the topic that is discussed.

    Visit http://PastorServe.org/network to find the Weekly Toolkit, including the Ministry Leaders Growth Guide. Our team pulls key insights and quotes from every conversation with our guests. We also create engaging questions for you and your team to consider and process, providing space for you to reflect on how each episode's topic relates to your unique church context. Use these questions in your staff meetings, or other settings, to guide your conversation as you invest in the growth of your ministry leaders.
    Love well, live well, & lead well
    Complimentary Coaching Session for Pastors http://PastorServe.org/freesession
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    • 44 min
    Healthy Family Dynamics for Ministry Leaders - Ryan Rush - 96 - FrontStage BackStage with Jason Daye

    Healthy Family Dynamics for Ministry Leaders - Ryan Rush - 96 - FrontStage BackStage with Jason Daye

    How can we better embrace healthy family dynamics in our own homes as pastors and ministry leaders? In this week's conversation on FrontStage BackStage, host Jason Daye is joined by Ryan Rush. Ryan is lead pastor of Kingsland Baptist Church in Katy, Texas. He's a national voice in the Faith at Home movement, and his latest book is entitled Restore The Table. Together, Ryan and Jason look at some of the unique challenges we have as ministry leaders when it comes to healthy family dynamics, including the fact that we often feel our families are under a microscope. Now, Ryan shares some incredibly practical tools and strategies to help you foster and nurture a healthy family, including some ideas around mealtimes. And you're not going to want to miss his 10-second rule when it comes to having conversations with your kids.

    Dig deeper into this conversation: Find the free Weekly Toolkit, including the Ministry Leaders Growth Guide, all resource links, and more, at http://PastorServe.org/network

    Some key takeaways from this conversation:

    Ryan Rush on the importance of both qualities in maintaining healthy relationships within the family unit: "There’s a difference between authenticity and transparency as a dad and a husband."

    Ryan Rush on the positive impact of intentionally disconnecting from technology and spending quality time together: "To say we're turning off the technology and we're going to have this time together, it made all the difference in the world."

    Ryan Rush on the significance of meals being purposeful, meaningful, and fostering a connection that goes beyond basic nourishment: "Meaningful mealtimes are scheduled, special, and spiritual."
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    Looking to dig more deeply into this topic and conversation? FrontStage BackStage is much more than another church leadership show, it is a complete resource to help you and your ministry leaders grow. Every week we go the extra mile and create a free toolkit so you and your ministry team can dive deeper into the topic that is discussed.

    Visit http://PastorServe.org/network to find the Weekly Toolkit, including the Ministry Leaders Growth Guide. Our team pulls key insights and quotes from every conversation with our guests. We also create engaging questions for you and your team to consider and process, providing space for you to reflect on how each episode's topic relates to your unique church context. Use these questions in your staff meetings, or other settings, to guide your conversation as you invest in the growth of your ministry leaders.
    Love well, live well, & lead well
    Complimentary Coaching Session for Pastors http://PastorServe.org/freesession
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    Connect with Jason Daye LinkedIn | Instagram...

    • 38 min
    Sustainable Rest in the Midst of Ministry - Jess Connolly - 95 - FrontStage BackStage with Jason Daye

    Sustainable Rest in the Midst of Ministry - Jess Connolly - 95 - FrontStage BackStage with Jason Daye

    As pastors and ministry leaders, we all know that rest is vital. Yet, how can we experience true rest when it seems unrealistic in our busy ministry lives? In this week's conversation on FrontStage BackStage, host Jason Daye is joined by Jess Connolly. Jess and her husband Nick planted Bright City Church in Charleston, South Carolina. Jess has written a number of books, including her latest entitled, Tired of Being Tired. Together, Jess and Jason look at some of the struggles that we have as ministry leaders when it comes to experiencing rest and refreshment. Jess spends some time focusing on the different types of exhaustion that we experience in ministry and provides some helpful insights on how we can create sustainable rest in our ministry lives.

    Dig deeper into this conversation: Find the free Weekly Toolkit, including the Ministry Leaders Growth Guide, all resource links, and more, at http://PastorServe.org/network

    Some key takeaways from this conversation:

    Jess Connolly on the challenge of translating knowledge or beliefs into action: "Sometimes it's easier for us to teach and harder for us to actually do what we know God's asking us to do."

    Jess Connolly on the importance of having open and truthful discussions about spiritual exhaustion and fatigue: "We need to have honest conversations about what spiritual exhaustion and spiritual fatigue look like."

    Jess Connolly on the significance of acknowledging and addressing emotional exhaustion rather than perpetuating a culture that rewards its concealment: "One reason why emotional exhaustion is so easy to mask is because we praise people for it."
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    Looking to dig more deeply into this topic and conversation? FrontStage BackStage is much more than another church leadership show, it is a complete resource to help you and your ministry leaders grow. Every week we go the extra mile and create a free toolkit so you and your ministry team can dive deeper into the topic that is discussed.

    Visit http://PastorServe.org/network to find the Weekly Toolkit, including the Ministry Leaders Growth Guide. Our team pulls key insights and quotes from every conversation with our guests. We also create engaging questions for you and your team to consider and process, providing space for you to reflect on how each episode's topic relates to your unique church context. Use these questions in your staff meetings, or other settings, to guide your conversation as you invest in the growth of your ministry leaders.
    Love well, live well, & lead well
    Complimentary Coaching Session for Pastors http://PastorServe.org/freesession
    Follow PastorServe LinkedIn | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook

    Connect with Jason Daye LinkedIn | Instagram...

    • 36 min
    Ministering to the Dechurched - Michael Graham - 94 - FrontStage BackStage with Jason Daye

    Ministering to the Dechurched - Michael Graham - 94 - FrontStage BackStage with Jason Daye

    How can we most effectively minister to those who have left the church? In this week's conversation on FrontStage BackStage, host Jason Daye is joined by Michael Graham. Michael is the program director at The Keller Center for Cultural Apologetics and served as the Executive Pastor at Orlando Grace Church. His most recent book is entitled The Great Dechurching. Together, Michael and Jason look at some of the revelations that come from a comprehensive research study into those who have left the church. Michael also shares some incredibly hopeful opportunities for every local church when it comes to reaching those who have left.

    Dig deeper into this conversation: Find the free Weekly Toolkit, including the Ministry Leaders Growth Guide, all resource links, and more, at http://PastorServe.org/network

    Some key takeaways from this conversation:

    Michael Graham on the willingness of people to re-engage with evangelical churches despite potential differences in their stated beliefs: "Over half the people who left evangelical churches are willing to return right now. Even people who really don't look like they're Christians in terms of their beliefs on paper."

    Michael Graham on the importance of constructing local churches that prioritize and emphasize three key aspects: the truth, goodness, and beauty of the gospel of Jesus Christ: "We need to be building local churches that emphasize the truth, goodness, and beauty of the gospel of Jesus Christ, all at the same time."

    Michael Graham on the acceptance to decentralize power, moving away from a top-down approach where a few individuals or entities hold significant influence: "It's okay to lose top-down power in culture and society."
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    Looking to dig more deeply into this topic and conversation? FrontStage BackStage is much more than another church leadership show, it is a complete resource to help you and your ministry leaders grow. Every week we go the extra mile and create a free toolkit so you and your ministry team can dive deeper into the topic that is discussed.

    Visit http://PastorServe.org/network to find the Weekly Toolkit, including the Ministry Leaders Growth Guide. Our team pulls key insights and quotes from every conversation with our guests. We also create engaging questions for you and your team to consider and process, providing space for you to reflect on how each episode's topic relates to your unique church context. Use these questions in your staff meetings, or other settings, to guide your conversation as you invest in the growth of your ministry leaders.
    Love well, live well, & lead well
    Complimentary Coaching Session for Pastors http://PastorServe.org/freesession
    Follow PastorServe LinkedIn | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook

    Connect with Jason Daye LinkedIn | Instagram...

    • 57 min
    How Do Memories Relate to Spiritual Formation? - Casey Tygrett - 93 - FrontStage BackStage with Jason Daye

    How Do Memories Relate to Spiritual Formation? - Casey Tygrett - 93 - FrontStage BackStage with Jason Daye

    How do our memories, whether good or bad, relate to our spiritual formation? In this week's conversation on FrontStage BackStage, host Jason Daye is joined by Casey Tygrett. Casey oversees the spiritual direction practice at Soul Care and has written a number of books, including his latest, The Practice of Remembering. Together, Casey and Jason explore how our memories are inextricably tied to our lives with God. Casey also shares how we, as pastors and ministry leaders, can process through our painful and even traumatic memories in healthy ways and help others do the same.

    Dig deeper into this conversation: Find the free Weekly Toolkit, including the Ministry Leaders Growth Guide, all resource links, and more, at http://PastorServe.org/network

    Some key takeaways from this conversation:

    Casey Tygrett on the importance of every memory, regardless of its nature, has the potential to bring about redemption or positive transformation: "All memories have a redemptive power."

    Casey Tygrett on overcoming and healing from past experiences, finding a positive outlook for the future: "There is a way to carry those mental scars with us and find redemption and hope for them moving forward."

    Casey Tygrett on the dynamic nature of memory and storytelling in shaping our understanding and behavior over time: "Memories become stories, and stories become scripts."
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    Looking to dig more deeply into this topic and conversation? FrontStage BackStage is much more than another church leadership show, it is a complete resource to help you and your ministry leaders grow. Every week we go the extra mile and create a free toolkit so you and your ministry team can dive deeper into the topic that is discussed.

    Visit http://PastorServe.org/network to find the Weekly Toolkit, including the Ministry Leaders Growth Guide. Our team pulls key insights and quotes from every conversation with our guests. We also create engaging questions for you and your team to consider and process, providing space for you to reflect on how each episode's topic relates to your unique church context. Use these questions in your staff meetings, or other settings, to guide your conversation as you invest in the growth of your ministry leaders.
    Love well, live well, & lead well
    Complimentary Coaching Session for Pastors http://PastorServe.org/freesession
    Follow PastorServe LinkedIn | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook

    Connect with Jason Daye LinkedIn | Instagram...

    • 41 min
    3 Questions Skeptics are Asking About God - Lee Strobel - 92 - FrontStage BackStage with Jason Daye

    3 Questions Skeptics are Asking About God - Lee Strobel - 92 - FrontStage BackStage with Jason Daye

    What are the three top questions that people are wrestling with today as it relates to belief in God? In this week's conversation on FrontStage BackStage, host Jason Daye is joined by Lee Strobel. Lee is a New York Times best-selling author with millions of books sold worldwide. His latest book is entitled Is God Real? Lee has served as a teaching pastor at three of America's largest churches, and he currently leads the Lee Strobel Center for Evangelism and Applied Apologetics at Colorado Christian University. Together, Lee and Jason explored these three pressing questions that people are asking about the existence of God. Lee also shares some incredibly practical ways that you and your church can embrace evangelism and become a brightly shining beacon of the hope of Jesus in your community.

    Dig deeper into this conversation: Find the free Weekly Toolkit, including the Ministry Leaders Growth Guide, all resource links, and more, at http://PastorServe.org/network

    Some key takeaways from this conversation:

    Lee Strobel on the importance of actively choosing to love someone rather than it being purely automatic or involuntary: "Love always involves a choice."

    Lee Strobel on the perspective that contemporary circumstances or knowledge make belief in God more reasonable: "It is more rational today to believe in God than at any other time in history."

    Lee Strobel on curiosity or uncertainty prompting people to seek information or clarification: "The fact that people have questions, the fact that people have doubts, means that they're looking for answers."
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    Looking to dig more deeply into this topic and conversation? FrontStage BackStage is much more than another church leadership show, it is a complete resource to help you and your ministry leaders grow. Every week we go the extra mile and create a free toolkit so you and your ministry team can dive deeper into the topic that is discussed.

    Visit http://PastorServe.org/network to find the Weekly Toolkit, including the Ministry Leaders Growth Guide. Our team pulls key insights and quotes from every conversation with our guests. We also create engaging questions for you and your team to consider and process, providing space for you to reflect on how each episode's topic relates to your unique church context. Use these questions in your staff meetings, or other settings, to guide your conversation as you invest in the growth of your ministry leaders.
    Love well, live well, & lead well
    Complimentary Coaching Session for Pastors http://PastorServe.org/freesession
    Follow PastorServe LinkedIn | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook

    Connect with Jason Daye LinkedIn | Instagram...

    • 40 min

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