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On The Pastors Collective, hosts Greg Surratt and Darrin Patrick talk to pastors across the country about the real and difficult work of planting, pastoring, and leading churches. You’ll hear unflinching stories about what makes pastoring so joyful and so hard. Between Greg’s years planting Seacoast Church in Charleston, South Carolina, Darrin’s years planting The Journey in St. Louis, Missouri, and their years working with other planters through ARC (Association of Related Churches) and Acts 29, they bring a tremendous amount of personal wisdom and experience to these conversations. Success and failure are a key part of every ministry, and so is the grace that accompanies them. On The Pastors Collective, you’ll hear about all of it.

The Pastors Collective Seacoast Church

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.9, 150 Ratings

On The Pastors Collective, hosts Greg Surratt and Darrin Patrick talk to pastors across the country about the real and difficult work of planting, pastoring, and leading churches. You’ll hear unflinching stories about what makes pastoring so joyful and so hard. Between Greg’s years planting Seacoast Church in Charleston, South Carolina, Darrin’s years planting The Journey in St. Louis, Missouri, and their years working with other planters through ARC (Association of Related Churches) and Acts 29, they bring a tremendous amount of personal wisdom and experience to these conversations. Success and failure are a key part of every ministry, and so is the grace that accompanies them. On The Pastors Collective, you’ll hear about all of it.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
150 Ratings

150 Ratings

bradfuemm ,

Looking in the mirror

What has impressed me the most is the honesty and vulnerability of the hosts and guests. Many of the challenges that they have faced are comparable to my own life. I can look in the mirror and know that I am not alone. I appreciate the spiritual guidance and the practical steps. This podcast is a must for pastors and I share with others often! Thank you for doing this!

Kama_Kamelion ,

Authentic and relational

This is great for pastors, a comfort to know everyone is on a journey and wherever they are today, they didn’t get there overnight. It’s insightful and genuine, and tho there seems to be some leadership discussion, it’s really relational for ministry leaders. I liked when they talked about self evaluation and asking others how they experience you.

MissVonnie ,

Love to be fed

Thank you for putting on this podcast. I love the perspective from pastors and the transparency! I am not a pastor, but find that the information can be applied to my vocation. Thank again.

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