52 Ways: #52

Commit to regularly pray for your pastor We are at the end of our 52 Ways series.  Or, is it just the beginning?  I’ve given you many, many ideas of ways to show your pastor, pastoral team, church leaders, spouses, and PK’s that you care for them.  Now the ball is in your court.  Have

52 Ways: #51

Tell him you appreciate him and why. This is an easy way to care for your pastor and others.  Simply tell him that you appreciate him and why.  The why is important.  We all love to be told what we are doing right, don’t we?  Your pastor and other leadership and staff members are no

52 Ways: #50

Pay for a gym membership………….or not Now that the holidays are officially upon us and most of us have been eating our way through the month of November, plan to eat all through December, and indulge ourselves on New Year’s Eve our thoughts will soon turn to New Year’s resolutions or goals. I’m not a

52 Ways: #49

Treat your pastor’s wife to a spa day (makes a great Christmas gift!) As a woman I must confess that I love anything spa related.  I love massages, facials, and mani’s and pedi’s.  I think it is the feeling of being pampered – even if it is only for an hour.  There is just something

52 Ways: #48

Call his* wife and ask what kind of pizza they like.  Order it, pay for it, and have it sent to your pastor’s home. I really like this week’s way to care for and bless your pastor and his family because it has to do with pizza and who doesn’t like pizza? Am I right? 

52 Ways: #47

Support your church financially. When I first met my husband he was a full time College/Career pastor making $400 a month.  By the time we’d gotten engaged he was making $600 a month.  Just before we got married he got a raise and was making $800 a month.  Thus was my introduction to life as

52 Ways: #46

Send him* and his family a greeting card with a message of appreciation and encouragement. I don’t know about you, but getting a card in the mail with a personal handwritten note means more to me than a quick email message or e-card.  Why?  Probably because of the time and effort involved.  I know that

52 Ways: #45

Drop off donuts, bagels, cookies or fruit at the church office for the staff to enjoy. Lest we forget about all of the others that serve us through our local church we are going to focus on the church staff, which means EVERYONE ELSE that plays a role in regular church life.  I don’t want