11 Words for Pastors I’ve Learned in Leading

Ron Edmondson | 3/13/2018 | Ron Edmondson
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I love pastors. I’m not saying that because I am one. I haven’t always been. I was in secular leadership far longer than I’ve been in ministry leadership.

I say it because, having now been a pastor, I see the uniqueness of the role and what’s required to be effective in ministry. It’s hard work. I applaud God’s servants who are obedient to their call.

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The real motive behind this blog is to encourage and help equip pastors. I know there are others who read this – and, I’m thankful they do – but, my heart still reaches out to those who serve in vocational ministry positions (whether part-time or full-time).

Occasionally I like to share some of the tweetable thoughts I’ve got running through my head. That’s the point of this post. I want to share some words for pastors I’ve learned in leading people.


Most of these I’ve learned the hard way:

1. The change you most need to initiate will often be the hardest change to make.

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2. The loss of power, or sense of...
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