Taking Flight: A Podcast Interview for Church Planters with Mark Jobe Blog Feature

By: Mark Jobe on August 03, 2017

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Taking Flight: A Podcast Interview for Church Planters with Mark Jobe

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Pastors: are you throwing your hands in the air, ready to quit? Not sure where to go next in your ministry or what God is calling you to? Experiencing burnout or exhaustion? Whether you're a seasoned pastor or you're diving into your very first church plant, chances are slim that everything in your ministry has gone off without a hitch. Maybe you're at a point in your life where you simply feel... stuck. 

In this week's Taking Flight podcast for church planters, which is powered by NewThing, host Jon Peacock interviews Mark Jobe, the founding pastor of New Life Church and author of the book, Unstuck. Jobe shares his personal testimony relating to seasons in his ministry where he too felt stuck. He was stopped in his tracks, and burned out to the point of exhaustion. But God wasn't done with Jobe's story, and he isn't done with yours either. Jobe shares several key takeways for struggling pastors as they strive to surrender to the voice of God even amid moments of great pain.

Learn how Jobe's church went from "fumbles and failures to innovation and impact," and find out how the same transformation can happen for you and your church. Be encouraged by Jobe's story as you fight to grow your ministry, and know that you are not alone in your journey.

Mark Jobe is the featured speaker at Aspen Group's upcoming Pastor's Lunch. This free event for pastors will be held on September 12, 2017 at Maggiano's in Naperville. Register today and join us for free food, good company, and the chance to hear Jobe dive even further into a topic that hits close to home: finding the freedom to move forward in your ministry. Check out Mark Jobe's blog post, "Out of Your Cave, and Into Your Call" for more insight on getting unstuck.

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2017 Pastors Lunch