Shepherding Our Clergy

The concept of “shepherding up” is broached at every workshop we facilitate, and it nearly always produces the same reaction: a look of confusion, of wonder, and a “Really??” stare. In a nutshell, it’s the concept of shepherding those who shepherd us.

The Song I Sing in the Darkness

No work of art is more beautiful, more valuable, more irreplaceable, than the twenty-third psalm. David’s great psalm employs the simplest of images—that of a shepherd and his sheep—and assures of the greatest of truths—that God is forever present with his people.

Why Shepherd Leadership?

There’s a pivotal element of shepherding that seems to be the most lacking in today’s world. It’s that of Presence.

Presence

There’s a pivotal element of shepherding that seems to be the most lacking in today’s world. It’s that of Presence.

Protection

Protection is a pivotal responsibility of shepherding well.

Provision

Provision is a pivotal element of shepherd leadership.

Our Words

In the words of a poet…And, in the words of Solomon…

Obituaries and Eulogies

We are not in control of life and death and we must keep our hearts right, our accounts short, and our eyes on The Good Shepherd.

A Shepherd’s Heart

A shepherd’s heart is protective and guards his flock from Satan’s snares. A shepherd’s heart is attentive and seeks to know his people’s cares.

A Shepherd’s Vision

Will you be a shepherd after the Father’s heart, deferring to His leadership and guiding with His knowledge and understanding, or will you choose your own way?

Faithful

Remaining steadfast and loyal is what God does best. Day in, day out. Season after season. Millennia after millennia. No matter what — GOD IS FAITHFUL!

At 32 Years Old

Chris is a Lead Electrician for a major agricultural firm in California. Just a few weeks ago, he fell through the roof of a building 20+ feet to a concrete floor.

Confessions of an Under-Shepherd

Our Father’s Provision, His Protection, and His Presence, dear Shepherd, is all we need to surrender to Him, to live for Him, and to serve with Him.

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