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Help For Fellow Ministers

In the world of Christian ministry, especially as a pastor, challenges and disappointments are par for the course. There are times when you might feel utterly alone, standing in those low valleys. I've been there. I know what it feels like, and I'm here to help you navigate through those tough times.

Wouldn't it be great to have someone who truly gets what you're going through?

I’ve walked the same path, faced the same struggles, and trust me when I say I understand.


I understand the feeling of disappointment due to:

  • Your church isn’t growing as you hoped.

  • Participation and interest seem to dwindle.


I know what it’s like to be hurt by:

  • People who said they had your back

  • People you have sowed time and energy


I understand the feeling of betrayal of:

  • Leaders who left for “greener pastures”

  • Church members who left abruptly without speaking with you

  • People who gossip behind your back but act like your best friend to your face


I know what it feels like to ponder thoughts of quitting the ministry

  • After a big win (Elijah Syndrome)

  • And after disappointing outcomes (rough sermon, an outreach that went south, etc.)

  • Every time you have to deal with silly stuff (non-kingdom related drama)


I Understand...

  • I understand what it’s like to have your family living in the proverbial fishbowl.

  • I understand what it’s like to be raked over the coals in gossip circles and on social media.

  • I know what it's like to be misunderstood.

  • I know what it's like to be an easy target - knowing I will not retaliate in anger.

  • I know all too well the feeling of overload and the brink of burnout.


Please know: Ministry was never meant to be done alone and there are many who care about you and your family.


If I can be of assistance, please reach out and let's connect!  Here is a link to my Email Address

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