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Are Your Critics Really Trying to Get Close to You?

Pastors swim in criticism. – Jared C. Wilson

Are Your Critics Really Trying to Get Close to You? is an interesting take on criticism from Charles Stone, author of People-Pleasing Pastors: Avoiding the Pitfalls of Approval-Motivated Leadership. He has a new book on Christian mindfulness called Holy Noticing: The Bible, Your Brain, and the Mindful Space Between Moments coming out soon.

Sean Nemecek is the West Michigan Regional Director for Pastor-in-Residence Ministries (pirministires.org). He also writes a blog called The Pastor’s Soul (pastorsoul.com) and is a co-host for the Hope Renewed podcast. Before joining PIR, Sean served as a pastor in a local church for almost 18 years. As a third-generation pastor, he loves to serve pastors in the areas of personal soul care, leadership, and consulting and workshops for churches or leadership teams. Copy and paste this link to subscribe to Sean's PIR ministry newsletter. https://mailchi.mp/3c5a9b6d41f5/nemeceknews

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