Feb. 7, 2017


I remember asking the pastor of the mega church I attended for 12 years about the reason why church turnover of employees was at such a high rate?  He explained that most youth pastors only last about 6 to 9 months and adult ministry pastors only last 3 to 5 year on average. 

My question is why?  Is it part of the church growth model?  Maybe the church employees bring in friends and family members and then when they leave a percentage of the people they brought in stay?  There must be a reason, because if it's all about numbers and getting people into seats, it must benefit the church some how.

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10.11 | 17:41

Hello & I listen to your u tubes often. Is God Winks books scriptural?
thank you

23.01 | 15:16

So true, I love this scripture reminder too.
Philippians 4:7
King James Version
7 And the peace of God, which passeth all understanding, shall keep your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus.

22.01 | 03:39

I can so relate. As a brand new Christian, the church I was in quickly slipped into Inner Healing and psychology. Lots more to tell, but when your faith is in Christ for everything, you're full of Joy

19.12 | 15:34

Good advice Greg. Thanks for your encouragement and scriptural references.
God bless you and Merry Christmas.

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