Five myths of the perfect pastor
In an article written by Claire Schenot Burkat “Five Myths of the Perfect Pastor,” it is stated that his sermons were over their heads. His opinionated views alienated his colleagues. Coworkers found him boastful, even arrogant. A physical disability drove him to over-function in ministry. The first two congregations he pastored rejected his leadership, and, unable to still their internal strife and bickering, he went on to a third. By some measures of success, his ministry was a failure. This was no mythical pastor. This was the Apostle Paul. (Lou Nicholes, Missionary/Author).