On the latest Equipping You in Grace episode, Dave Jenkins, and Landon Coleman talk about the importance of friendship in ministry, along with advice for ministry leaders, and mentoring, and his book Pastor to Pastor Practical Advice for Regular Pastors (Rainer Publishing, 2016).
What you’ll hear in this episode
The importance of friendship in ministry for encouragement, prayer, and support.
The importance of listening well to people to love and serve them.
Learning to face the fear of man in the fear of God to love God and people.
Older men mentoring younger men.
Younger guys seeking mentoring from older men.
What a regular pastor is.
How to tell a seasoned pastor from an inexperienced one.
Several useful pieces of advice to seminarians preparing for pastoral ministry.
Advice to new pastors and ministry leaders getting started in their first vocational role.
Online seminary verses seminary face-to-face.
About the Guest
Landon Coleman serves as the teaching pastor of Immanuel Baptist Church in Odessa, Texas, where he lives with his wife Brooke. They have four children, Emma, Noelle, Amelia, and Clayton. Landon is a two-time graduate of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky (MDiv and PhD). He has pastored churches in Kentucky and Oklahoma, and he has taught Old Testament as an adjunct professor at Oklahoma Baptist University and BH Carroll Theological Institute.
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