The Pastor’s Story is a virtual, one-day workshop that teaches pastors a framework to help them find clarity in their mission and become a more focused and driven leader.
February 26 | 8:30 AM – 2PM (CST)
If you’re like most pastors, you have great intentions and dreams for your ministry. You want to serve the church with passion, humility, and confidence. And you want to lead well, making wise decisions that move people toward Jesus and a growing relationship with him.
The problem is, most pastors have never sat down to clarify the personal mission they have been called to do. Yes, you’ve been called to pastor. Yes, you’ve been called to preach. But, what does that mean? And what does it look like? When it’s all said and done, what will the legacy you leave behind say?
Where is your ministry going? Why is it going there?
Let this be the year you not only identify what your mission is but also create a plan to accomplish it.
Join a community of Pastors who are ready to be more focused, productive and passionate in their ministry.
Attend the workshop online on Friday, February 26 from 8:30 AM – 2:00 PM CST.
This workshop will help you take the reins of your life and ministry and know where you are going and why.
Join the Pastor’s Virtual Workshop
Most people wake up each day in a fog. They have no idea why they’re working, what they’re working toward, and if it even means anything. When people have no meaning in their work or their life, they experience burnout, fatigue, and ultimately make destructive decisions that have major consequences for their life, their work, and their family.
The Pastor’s Story Workshop helps pastors understand why their work matters. It helps them discover why they must get out of bed every day. It helps them create a routine that makes them more productive so they can take control of their time. Ultimately, it helps you stop living day-to-day, just letting life happen to you. The Pastor’s Story gives you the tools to take control of your life and start living with purpose and intention.
Josh Taylor works with businesses, churches, and nonprofits helping them create a message that is meaningful, interesting, and compelling so they understand how they fit into the story their audience is living.
Josh has served as an Executive Pastor for over 15 years before going full-time into his own business helping organizations implement the StoryBrand and Business Made Simple frameworks. After applying the StoryBrand framework to his church, he saw attendance grow 76% in less than 60 days and donations grow 104% that year. That’s when he realized, most organizations don’t have a product problem, they have a messaging problem. If they can get out of their own way, learn how to talk about who they are and what they do, they can increase their influence and do amazing things in the world.
As a Certified StoryBrand Guide and Business Made Simple Coach, Josh helps organizations around the world grow, increase productivity, and help leaders lead the way they were meant to lead.
When you make the choice to invest in yourself, what you’re really saying is that the people you love, your family, your church, your community, are all worthy of your very best. Ministry can often feel like you’re pushing a heavy rock up a never-ending hill, leaving you feeling overwhelmed and tired.
This workshop will teach you a framework that will give you more confidence to know where you’re going AND how to get there. You’ll stop waking up every day wondering what you should do next. You will know how to create margin in your life to hear from God and feel confident about where he’s leading you.
The Pastor’s Story workshop is the perfect opportunity for you to invest in yourself this year. It’s your opportunity to reduce stress, become more focused than ever, and enjoy the great calling God has placed on your life.
Seating is limited for this workshop so claim your spot now.
February 26 | 8:30AM – 2:00PM (CST)
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It’s so easy to think you don’t need to invest in yourself. Take a few minutes to listen, watch, or read this recent post about 7 reasons why pastors like you should invest in personal development resources.