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Best Practices Webinar - February 19
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Staying Power in Pastoral Ministry
Webinar from February 19




Dwight Nelson staying the course from NAD Adventist on Vimeo.


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Pastors minister in an ever-changing world that requires more dedication and spiritual focus than ever. Because ministry requires a full commitment of mind, body, and soul, those on the front lines need staying power amidst all that is required of them. They need replenishing! Staying Power in Pastoral Ministry, a webinar presented by Dr. Dwight Nelson, will address this important topic.

This webinar is sponsored by the NAD Ministerial Department. Plan now to join NAD Ministerial each month at the same time for a series of webinars for pastors.

Why should I watch this webinar?
Because you are called to a dangerous occupation in pastoral ministry! This webinar will provide insight and information to help you maintain a fruitful and fulfilling ministry for the long haul.

Why is this topic important?
• According to the Fuller Institute in Pasadena, California, 35%-40% of pastors leave the ministry, most after only five years. This webinar will provide you with ideas for how you can pace yourself in ministry.
• Psychologist Richard Blackmon revealed that over 75% of ministers are extremely or highly stressed.
• This webinar will address ways you can cope if you feel like giving up.

What will I learn?
• Practical insight that will help you avoid becoming a ministry statistic.
• Dr. Dwight Nelson will share from his personal experience what has sustained him in ministry, marriage, and more.
• Discover preventative measures that can help sustain your passion for ministry.