2022 - The Year Ahead for the Pastor's Voice

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How can we tackle the issues of 2022 as faithful disciples of Jesus Christ?

I usually have an interview for my podcast. But today - it is just me. Today I am going to talk about the Pastor’s Voice, why I started it, and my vision for this ministry for 2022.

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The church is the only institution directly commissioned by Jesus - You are Peter, upon this rock I will build my church. This institution is not an afterthought of our faith, it is not a byproduct, it is not a necessary evil. The institution of the church is built into our faith. I would even say that participation in church is an essential of our faith. In today’s society where less and less people are professing Christ, where violence and obscenity are the new norms - never before has the church and the message it brings been more needed. And never before has the church done a worse job.

That is why I started the Pastor’s Voice. This is not to be my voice primarily - but the voice of pastors in churches big and small - the voice of Christian ministry leaders - who are speaking out about the current issues of the day - just how these issues are impacting Christians - and how followers of Jesus can respond to - or refute - these issues to bring glory to Jesus. I want our pastors and church leaders to promote a Christian Worldview that is powerful - that brings clarity to the issues of the day - that will change hearts and bring others to the saving power of Jesus Christ. That is the goal of the Pastor’s Voice Podcast.

Many churches and denominations have tried their very best to preach Biblical messages, to encourage their members to place Jesus at the heart of everything, to make prayer and scripture a regular part of Christian living. These churches and pastors and ministries are doing a great job teaching their people about the Bible and about faith. The level of Bible knowledge in many of these churches is impressive.

The problem is not the level of knowledge. It is the application of that knowledge that is the issue. The church and the teachings of Christ have never been more needed - yet our members do not know how to respond to issues both simple and complex. We are silent - because our people either do not know how to respond - or have been convinced that they are not qualified to respond. Either reason puts the church and her members on the sidelines of culture - instead of right in the heart of the battle where were are supposed to be. As Nancy Fitzgerald pointed out in a podcast about her own struggle with faith - our church members cannot even talk about why they believe in Jesus - not to mention tackling other issues.

The Pastor's Voice for 2022

The Pastor's Voice for 2022

Ministry Goals for 2022

Podcasts

  • Continue my interviews with Christian leaders about the current issues of the day, and how a Christian worldview will help us address these challenges
  • A Sunday podcast that explores various worldview challenges - and how we can address them - using the Westminster Shorter Catechism as our guide
  • The Pastor's Roundtable - pastors and church leaders hashing out core issues essential to Christian living

Organizational

  • Incorporate the Pastor's Voice as an LLC in North Carolina
  • Develop the ministry in order to be able to give back within the Christian Community

How You Can Help

  • Please pray for me and my wife as we undertake this ministry
  • Please listen to, subscribe to, and share our podcasts.
  • Please participate in our facebook group and on our website
  • Please consider financially supporting us either through the Support The Show link, or by purchasing our merchandise
Reuel Sample
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Reuel Sample is the host of The Pastor's Voice Podcast. He has a Bachelor Degree in Sociology and Business Administration from Grove City College, and an M.Div. from Princeton Theological Seminary. He has served as a church pastor and a Navy Chaplain. He is a staunch churchmen - which is why he criticizes it so much. He is an avid sailor and wood worker. He is blessed to be married to his wife Pam. They make their home in Wilmington, NC.

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