ONE PASTOR OR MANY? THE CASE FOR A PLURALITY OF PASTORS (PART 4B: THE PRACTICAL BENEFITS)

Should churches be led by one primary pastor, or multiple pastors (often known as a “plurality”)? Over the past four posts, I’ve been making the case that the Bible, church history, and conventional wisdom communicate that the healthiest model of church leadership is one in which leadership responsibilities are shared among a plurality of pastors.  … More

ONE PASTOR OR MANY? THE CASE FOR A PLURALITY OF PASTORS (PART 4A: THE PRACTICAL BENEFITS)

Should churches be led by one primary pastor, or multiple pastors (often known as a “plurality”)? Over the past three posts, I’ve been making the case that the Bible, church history, and conventional wisdom communicate that the healthiest model of church leadership is one in which leadership responsibilities are shared among a plurality of pastors.  … More

ONE PASTOR OR MANY? THE CASE FOR A PLURALITY OF PASTORS (PART 3: THE HISTORICAL ARGUMENT)

Should churches be led by one primary pastor, or multiple pastors (often known as a “plurality”)? Over the past two posts, I’ve been making the case that the Bible, church history, and conventional wisdom communicate that the healthiest model of church leadership is one in which leadership responsibilities are shared among a plurality of pastors…. More

One Pastor or Many? The Case for a Plurality of Pastors (Part 2: The Biblical Argument)

Should churches be led by one primary pastor, or multiple pastors (often known as a “plurality”)?  In my last post, I began to make the following argument: The Bible, church history, and conventional wisdom communicate that the healthiest model of church leadership is one in which leadership responsibilities are shared among a plurality of pastors…. More