Why Pastors Give Up

Bob FranquizLeadership

Pastors seem to dropping out of ministry like …

A variety of reasons are cited, but if you drill down, here’s what you’ll find…


They’re wiped out and burnt out.


Because they’re doing all the work alone.

There’s so much pressure to grow.

So much pressure to take everything to the next level that Pastors are left with the burden of “making it happen” all by themselves.

It’s why we need to follow the “Jethro Principle” found in Exodus 18.

You know, where Jethro tells Moses to delegate responsibility and train leaders who can lead “thousands, hundreds, fifties and tens.”

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