Every believer is called to Christlikeness. Pastors, however, have a calling to be above reproach. What does this calling mean? On this episode, Sam interviews Matt McCraw. Together, they cover the universal standards for all pastors and what special burdens they carry.
- What does “above reproach” mean in a practical sense?
- How can pastors lead “the Jesus way”?
- How should a church hold pastors accountable to biblical standards?
- Does every pastor have the same standards?
- Should a pastor be restored after failing?
- How do you remain above reproach? And what tips would you give other pastors?
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