Thinking Out Loud

November 15, 2012

Why Pastors Move On

It’s the job most people wouldn’t take but everybody loves to armchair quarterback: The role of pastor. We’ve all heard enough stories about situations that weren’t good “fits” that ended in premature relocation. (You like that phrase?)

But the fact remains that when the senior leadership stays intact for a longer period of time we know statistically that usually the church grows. 

At Wesley Connect Online, you can read more about this — including good advice for pastors, but advice lay-leaders and board members need to know — where you will also find this graphic:

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