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The Scout's Honor podcast provides inside information from teams along with unique perspective from Scouting Services, Inc. Dir. of Operations Dave-Te' Thomas. He and former CNN Sports anchor Paul Crane provide news, information and player insight from inside teams in all four major sports, football, baseball, basketball and hockey.
 
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What are some best practices for leading premarital counseling sessions? On this episode, Josh and Sam discuss their approaches. What are some good questions to ask couples? How can you not make this counseling a waste of everyone's time? Two books to consider as resources are Right from the Start and The Meaning of Marriage. Episode Sponsors: Loca…
 
Most pastors love their churches and sacrifice much to serve the people they lead. Unfortunately, there are a few rotten examples out there. Why do some churchgoers stay with them? On this episode, Josh and Sam talk about the reasons why people tolerate and stick with bad pastors. This episode is a follow-up conversation to a recent article at Chur…
 
Almost every pastor will make a transition to another church at some point. On this episode, Josh and Sam discuss how you can leave without making a mess on your way out. There are some simple but edifying ways to shepherd your church as you transition. Burning bridges will inevitably haunt you, sometimes even years later. Learn how you can avoid t…
 
People make transitions, and sometimes you must help a person move from his or her current ministry position to a new one. There are good ways to transition church staff without firing them. On this episode, Josh and Sam talk about best practices and tips for showing grace when someone's time as a staff person closes. Episode Sponsors: Located in F…
 
When a lead pastor transitions to another church, there is a void. If you are on staff or in a position of leadership, the interim period can be a difficult one to navigate. On this episode, Josh and Sam discuss what you should do and what you shouldn't do during the interim. You can manage the interim by building excitement while at the same time …
 
The hiring process at churches can be frustrating. What level of the pastor's involvement is appropriate? Some churches have an elder board. Others have a personnel committee. In some cases, the lead pastor calls all the shots. Josh and Sam discuss best practices with the hiring process. Episode Sponsors: Located in Fort Worth, Texas, Southwestern …
 
For a little fun, Josh and Sam make uninformed comments on hot button issues. Perhaps you've had questions from church members about cryptocurrency or aliens. Maybe a family has asked you if their dog is in heaven. We share our opinions. Don't listen to this episode if you don't have a sense of humor. Episode Sponsors: Located in Fort Worth, Texas,…
 
On this episode, Josh and Sam discuss how outside toxicity can affect the church internally. Negativity can come from your tribe--denominations, associations, and networks. Should you ignore or engage these issues? We talk about how you can stay in tune with what’s going on without losing your mind. Sometimes your church has no clue about outside t…
 
Building momentum can be a slow process. Jonathan Smith from Texas Baptists joins the show to explain how churches can pick up the pace. Even if you feel like the going is slow, anytime someone joins your church God is up to something. There is likely more happening than you realize. Jonathan discusses how celebration, assimilation, and mission are…
 
Most pastors go through several stages of ministry with their churches. -Year 1: Honeymoon -Years 2 & 3: Conflict and Challenge -Years 4 & 5: Crossroads (Part 1) -Years 6-10: Harvest -Years 11 and Forward: Crossroads (Part 2) Josh and Sam discuss how COVID has impacted these stages and what to expect as the pandemic wanes. You may experience a paus…
 
Over the next several months, there will be more opportunities to go on a mission trip as countries open up. On this episode, Josh and Sam discuss some tips for creating a revised mission strategy for your church. We talk about getting boots on the ground, formatting partnerships, and ideas for trips. You can inspire your church to go! Now is a goo…
 
What is ghostwriting? Do some pastors actually use ghostwriters? In this episode, Josh and Sam discuss the ethics of using other people to help write books and sermons. They also discuss the validity of aspiring to broaden your audience beyond your church. Additionally, this episode covers services that help with sermon outlines and illustrations. …
 
There is no clock with creativity. Writers, musicians, and other artists are often inspired in the moment. Who owns the intellectual property created by a staff person while on church time? Should pastors and other staff use church equipment for their creative endeavors? In this episode, Josh and Sam interview Dee Black and talk through these issue…
 
Dave-Te' Thomas looked ahead to the 2021 draft before his passing in 2020. Hear his take on some of the top names at most positions from his scouting prior to the 2020 season. As always, some of his perspectives differ from many others, especially at the QB position. This was his final recording, done in April 2020.…
 
On this episode, Josh and Sam answer a listener question about inviting people back to the church for a milestone celebration. We cover some ideas for these kinds of events and how to have fun without spending a lot. Remember, you become what you celebrate. Church reunions and homecomings can be fun! Build milestone celebrations around your values …
 
Many pastors talk about friendship and the importance of community, but not enough live it. A lot of pastors are lonely and need friends just like anyone else. Josh Teis joins the show and discusses how pastors can be more intentional about making friends. Listen to the episode and check out his new book, A Quest for Friendship. Get the book here: …
 
Every church inevitably has Sundays with fewer people attending. Some Sundays stand out as the lowest. On this episode, Josh and Sam identify these Sundays and explain how you can make the most of them. The temptation is to do little with them. Some churches even cancel certain Sundays in the year. Don't cancel them! Low attendance Sundays are more…
 
Leading a church is more than vision, strategy, and tactics. Pastors must lead churches devotionally. The problem is our own frustrations can get in the way of devotional leadership. On this episode, Josh and Sam discuss how pastors lead devotionals within the church and lead themselves with a personal devotional time. Located in Fort Worth, Texas,…
 
Many people are targeting Easter for their comeback to church. For a portion of your congregation, it will be their first Sunday back since the beginning of the pandemic. In this episode, Sam and Josh discuss what you can do to prepare for Easter services. We also give you a way to estimate how many are likely to attend this Easter. Located in Fort…
 
This episode of EST features Michael Wood from First Baptist West Monroe LA. Josh and Michael talk through strategies for developing a culture wherein those being led not only have the opportunity to give constructive feedback but are actually empowered to do so. They will share some of the reason this culture is hard to build and why some church l…
 
Clint Pressley, Lead Pastor of Hickory Grove Baptist Church in Charlotte NC, joins EST in this episode to discuss how to develop an appropriate work ethic as a pastor and minister. We talk about the dangers of not working hard and why so many people in ministry seem to develop a lazy approach to their labor. We also share ways you can develop a ten…
 
Most pastors will transition to a different size church. Many move to larger churches, but some move to smaller churches. On this episode, Sam and Josh discuss the heart issues and organizational expectations when making the leap to a church of a different size. We offer some tips on how to prioritize your first few months and connect with people i…
 
Ed Litton joins the show again to talk about the importance of ministering to your family, especially during a time of acute crisis. He shares his personal story of losing his first wife to a car accident. On this episode, Ed gives some of the best advice we've ever had on the podcast. We ask him pointed questions about what to do when your family …
 
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