"I will give you shepherds after my own heart, who will feed you with knowledge and understanding."Jeremiah 3:15
of pastors say they have a lower self-image now than when they first started
of pastors say the ministry is completely different than what they'd thought before they first started
of pastors regularly consider leaving ministry due to stress, pressure, & burnout
of pastors say at their church, there is no regular mentoring or discipleship program to deepen their Christian formation
Healthy churches can change the world. And healthy churches need pastors serving at full strength.
But a life of ministry is full of both joy and struggle. The work itself is at least as challenging as it is rewarding. And the toll that it can take on the well-being of pastors, missionaries, ministry leaders, and their families can become overwhelming.
When challenges surface in the life of a church leader, it can be difficult—even demoralizing—to find caring, confidential support from gospel-driven partners.
Pastor Support Network (PSN) is a group of caring, trustworthy partners dedicated to supporting the overall well-being of those who serve in ministry.