More from Earl & the AG Pastors:
oh yeah, and don’t charge me for truth, hope, and love.
(would you charge your mother for your latest sermon series?)
let’s share information because we are the same family.
stop trying to profit in the name of Jesus.
This one gets a little sticky.
At what point does ministry become vocation?
At what point does ministry become worthy of financial support?
What about conferences, speaker fees, and books?
Should we expect to be compensated for ministering the gospel?
If we do, does dependence on financial support affect our ministry?
No answers, only questions.
The questions themselves are a minefield to existing models of church, ministry, and missions.