Signs of a Lukewarm Pastor

A great post by Craig Groeschel

  • Prays as much, or more, publicly than privately.
  • Is almost exclusively dependent on others’ sermons to preach than directly hearing from God.
  • Cares more about his church than The Church.
  • Preaches about evangelism but doesn’t practice evangelism privately.
  • Tolerates and rationalizes unconfessed sin.
  • Preaches for the approval of people rather than the approval of God.
  • Is overly sensitive to criticism.
Read the rest here

Comments

Anonymous said…
AMEN!AMEN!AMEN!AMEN!AMEN!AMEN!
"Signs of a Cold-hearted Pastor"
Anonymous said…
Mark,
What a wonderful, much needed post. I can assure you controversy will arise from these statements. Controversy does not indicate negativism. A problem must be addressed before it can be solved. Thanks.
Pastor Stan said…
How about signs of a lukewarm congregation?
Kevin Murrell said…
Wow! What a spiritual checkup for us. I would have to say it looks quite accurate, as I have found and find myself within. This a great list to help us see if we are even sitting on the edge of becoming lukewarm as our lives touch on just a portion of the list.
Anonymous said…
Pastor Stan
I find attitude usually reflects directly from leadership.
Anonymous said…
Scott Williams really hit the nail on the head with this one.

More concerned with making the “Headline” than making sure their “Head & Heart are In-Line” with God!
Steve U. said…
I'd say they were signs of a terribly discouraged pastor.

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