The Truth About Stress and Ministry

Sunday does come around with amazing regularity, doesn’t it?

As a pastor, you face a never-ending to-do list:

There is always going to be somebody else to reach for Christ.

There is always going to be somebody else to disciple in Christ.

There is always going to be another budget issue.

There is always going to be another meeting.

There is always going to be another pastoral care visit. 

As long as you are in ministry, there is always going to be something to do.

As pastors we can stay at our desks 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and it’s never going to ALL get done. Our to-do lists are never-ending. Expectations are always expanding. The email box is always full. The phone is always ringing.

Jesus said, “In this world you will have trouble,” and pastors are on the front lines. This ongoing stress can be a discouraging reality – IF you don’t have a way to manage it.

If left unchecked, stress can impede your life and ministry and derail your health, relationships and emotional well-being.

I’ve been on this journey of stress management for over 30 years. I’ve experienced the stresses of ministry first-hand – and I want to help you take control TODAY through 10 best practices that I use in my daily ministry.

Stress-Management-CLI-web-icon1I invite you to discover these secrets of stress management in my brand new three-hour resource – The Stress Management Seminar: 10 Best Practices for Managing the Stress of Ministry. I’m excited to share with you practical steps and insights that you can start implementing immediately!

No matter what your current stress level is at, you’ll have the tools you need to manage it effectively and have a greater impact on the Kingdom work you are called to do!

Here is a sample of what you will discover in this brand new resource:

  • Why you DON’T work best under pressure!
  • The 3 most important time management tips to reduce stress
  • Scriptural references to help you manage stress
  • How to handle conflict and “live in peace with others”
  • What you can and cannot control – and how to respond accordingly

Plus much, much more. It’s a packed resource!

Click here to secure your brand new resource “Stress Management Seminar” for 79% off!

There is no such thing as a stress-free ministry, but you can be free from the distress zone that derails that ministry! By implementing these best practices for stress management, you can exponentially maximize your impact and be better positioned to fulfill the calling that God has placed on your life.

Your partner in ministry,


P.S. – After Friday, September 12th, this BRAND NEW resource The Stress Management Seminar will be listed in the store for $299.95. But today you can save over 79%: You will get these 10 best practices for Managing the Stress of Ministry – plus over $218.00 in bonus resources – for just $99.00!

PLUS – CD purchases come with free immediate download! 

Click here to join me in taking control of your ministry stress TODAY and take immediate steps to start managing it effectively (plus save 79%!) 


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About Nelson Searcy

Nelson Searcy is an experienced church growth strategist, pastor, church planter and coach, consulting with churches around the world. As founder of Church Leader Insights and the Renegade Pastors Network, he has personally trained more than 3,500 church leaders in over 45 denominations through live events, seminars and monthly coaching. Nelson is also the Founding and Lead Pastor of The Journey Church, with locations across New York City and in Boca Raton, FL. Nelson and his church routinely appear on lists such as “The 50 Most Influential Churches” and “The 25 Most Innovative Leaders.” He is the author of over 100 church growth resources and 18+ books, including The Renegade Pastor: Abandoning Average in Your Life, Ministry and The Difference Maker: Using Your Everyday Life for Eternal Impact, and At the Cross with the People Who Were There. He and his wife, Kelley, have one son, Alexander.

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