A new survey of 1,000 Protestant pastors finds that half are concerned the economy is hurting their churches.
#PandemicPastoring Report Documents a ‘New Era in Ministry’
SonScape’s Ministry to Ministers Has Helped Thousands
On June 5, writer and former pastor Jordan “JD” Hall was investigated for assault with a weapon and strangulation of a partner or family member, a police report has revealed.
As Ministers are Overcome by Stress, Sabbaticals May be the Key to Avoiding Burnout
Supporting a full-time minister requires an average of 130 or more in worship, according to MacDonald, who cited research by the Hope Partnership for Missional Transformation, an Indianapolis-based consultancy that’s worked with hundreds of churches ...
A significant majority of Protestant church leaders in the United States believe pastors who commit child or adult sexual abuse should permanently withdraw from public ministry.
America’s megachurches have continued to thrive over the past five years, attracting more worshippers, becoming more diverse and opening new locations.
Church conflict is a growing pressure point for pastors during the coronavirus pandemic, a new report shows.