AMARILLO, Texas (BP) – Leadership is a high-stress calling. There are no two ways about it. Pastors have all the stresses of any leader with the added weight of spiritual burdens.
In his book The Imperfect Pastor, Zack Eswine describes how the realization of what it means to be a pastor—the hard, gritty, patient work required of shepherding real people through messy problems amid the brokenness of life...
Theological identity, missions partnership and pastoral accountability are among the reasons Andrew Hebert ministers within a Southern Baptist framework.
To nurture an evangelistic church, Andrew Hebert shares steps he has gleaned to help members begin sharing their faith "over and over again."
Even among "suits and skinny jeans ... red and yellow, black and white," Southern Baptists have unity, New Mexico pastor Andrew Hebert writes. "We cooperate together because of our common doctrinal and missional commitments. That which unites us is greater than that which divides us."
Andrew Hebert looks to this year's SBC annual meeting as a time to "pray, work, strategize, listen and move forward together." For Hebert, a New Mexico pastor who chairs the SBC Committee on Order of Business, St. Louis was his first SBC annual meeting in 2002 when, as a 15-year-old, he met the late Adrian Rogers.
As Southern Baptists, we will come together to pray, work, strategize, listen, and move forward together. This will be an unforgettable few days together and I look forward to seeing you there!
Our committee has worked diligently alongside SBC President Ronnie Floyd to ensure that this year’s meeting is one of the most impactful gatherings Southern Baptists have ever experienced.
New Mexico pastor Andrew Hebert tells why he will be in Columbus, Ohio, for the SBC annual meeting in June, answering the question, "What's going to be so different about this year's meeting?"