Caring For Yourself As A Pastor

Phil Strout and other Vineyard leaders share thoughts on self-care for pastors.

Aaron McCarter

Lead Pastor, Maryville Vineyard, Maryville, TN

Jay Pathak

Pastor, Mile High Vineyard, CO

Phil Strout

National Director of Vineyard USA

Rich Nathan

Executive Team, Large Church Coaching, Education, Vineyard USA

Sharon McCarter

Associate Pastor, Maryville Vineyard, Maryville, TN

Choose a video above:

  1. Why Cynicism Must Be Addressed In A Leader
  2. How Is Your Soul?
  3. Duty, Discipline, And Delight
  4. Learning To Care For Your Soul
  5. How Ignatian Spirituality Altered My Life
  6. Ecstasy, Routine, And Examen
  7. My Dream For Vineyard Pastors
  8. The Best Quality In A Pastor
  9. Bad Habits Of Pastors
  10. The Vineyard Pastor’s Role In The Local Church
  11. The Vineyard Pastor’s Role In The Community
  12. Thank You For Being A Vineyard Pastor
  13. The Pastor And Spouse Relationship
  14. Rich Nathan – 4 Aspects Of A Vineyard Leader
  15. Rich Nathan – Another Team On The Field
  16. Rich Nathan – Because You Say So I Will
  17. Rich Nathan – God Doesn’t Need Our Great Sacrifice
  18. Rich Nathan – Jesus Is Our Model
  19. Rich Nathan – Leaders Are People Who Lead
  20. Rich Nathan – The Importance Of Identity
  21. Rich Nathan – The Vineyard Leader As Servant
  22. Rich Nathan – The Vineyard Leader. ‘I Am Called By God’
  23. Rich Nathan – The Vineyard Leader, ‘I Am The Beloved Of God’
  24. Rich Nathan – We Don’t Choose Our Callings
  25. A Healthy Balance In Family Life & Ministry
  26. Resourcefulness, Sabbath Keeping, & Marriage Boosting
  27. It’s Hard Being A Pastor
  28. Pastor, What Do You Love About Jesus?