Ministers Prayer Fellowship

Welcome to the Ministers Prayer Fellowship online. We’re glad you’re here today. This resource is designed to provide practical help for pastors & ministers around the world. Years ago, someone took the time to mentor me-to teach me about working with people, about leadership principles, and about teaching and preaching the truth of God’s Word. I’m still learning. In this site I’m sharing a portion of what I’ve learned over the years in the ministry. Much of that learning took place in the classrooms, in the pulpit and in my study of God’s Word. I believe, to become a pastor there must be a calling and a gift of teaching. When we have that gift, we can always work to sharpen our skills so that we can motivate others to be their best for God. more

Pastoral Ethics

Pastors need to remember that they are called first to serve the Lord and then serve the church. The first part has to do primarily with the spiritual, and the second part primarily with the practical. Pastorate is hard work, and the pastor should work hard. Just like in life, pastoral ministry has a beginning, a middle, and an end. Finishing is as important as beginning. How you finish is often the way you will be remembered. more

How To Help a Hurting Pastor

What are some helpful things you can do to ease the pain of a fellow pastor who either is in conflict within himself or within his church? Here is some practical advice. A pastor who is hurting will hesitate to share his true feelings on the phone because he has no eye contact with you. Eye contact gives you the opportunity to share with the hurting pastor that you really do care how he is doing and that you are not just being ministerially inquisitive. more

Lord, to Whom Shall We Go?

In the apostle Peter’s confession of faith he gives expression to two points. First, “Thou are the Christ, the Son of the Living God” (Matt. 16:16). Secondly. “Thou has the words of eternal life” (John 6:68). more

The Name of the Lord is a strong tower; The righteous run to it and are safe.

Proverb 18:1