Key Life Pastors’ Chat with Dr. Reggie Kidd
MARCH 25, 2014
The really hard part about being a pastor is that very few know how hard it is. They're burning out like joints at a Phish concert. Don't miss this Key Life Pastors' video chat with Steve and Dr. Reggie Kidd as they talk about personal habits for surviving and thriving in ministry.
Why does Paul tell Timothy that though physical exercise isn’t as important as spiritual disciplines, it is still of benefit to us? Why does Paul tell Timothy to “take a little wine for your stomach?”
It’s because surviving and thriving in the ministry means you have to … well, survive and thrive. But how?
Don’t miss this Key Life Pastors’ chat with Steve Brown and Dr. Reggie Kidd as they talk about things pastors can do to keep wind in their sails … from hobbies, exercise programs, outside pursuits, rest, activities or inactivities.
Reggie is Professor of New Testament at Reformed Theological Seminary and a faculty member at The Robert E. Webber Institute for Worship Studies.
Steve and Reggie are also joined around the studio table by former pastor Pete Alwinson and current pastors Zach Van Dyke and Kevin Labby to discuss personal habits for surviving and thriving in ministry.
Join them! It just won’t be the same without you.