September Tucson Surge Lunch
Topic: The Pastor and His Friends
You’ve heard it said before: Pastors are lonely. Pastors and other Christian leaders often struggle to find deep, trusted friendships for a variety of reasons. They’ve been hurt in the past. They don’t know who to trust. They experience shame due to moral struggles. The lack of freedom to be transparent can lead to the loss of healthy accountability and burnout.
With over four decades of full-time ministry experience, Pastor John Miller has observed closely the need for true friendship and accountability when it comes to pastoral longevity and overall spiritual health.
We hope this lunch will prove helpful to all pastors and Christian leaders.
About our Speaker: John Miller
For 35 years, John Miller served as lead pastor of Northwest Bible Church in Tucson, Arizona. In addition, he has spent 12 years serving in various churches in California and Arizona. Currently, he is a consultant with the Centers of Church-Based Training (CCBT.org) and is on the pastoral preaching team at Community Church of Saddlebrook, AZ.
He received his doctorate from Phoenix Seminary where he authored 9 Key Factors of Pastoral Longevity, a dissertation that observes the shared characteristics of pastors who endure in ministry.
John has a heart for developing pastors and Christian leaders to maturity and many to leadership within the context of the local church.