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Jay Mosser

Jay Mosser has served in pastoral roles for 40 years – about 20 years in various assistant pastor capacities and the rest as senior pastor. Through those years he has served in three churches ranging from smaller (less than 50) to larger (about 1,000). Along the way he has worked with children, teens, worship ministry, pastoral care, preaching, and leadership. Jay has an M.Div. from Western (Conservative Baptist) Seminary and a D.Min. from Corban University in Oregon, where his doctoral thesis was titled “How a Pastor’s Theology of Shepherding Affects the Health & Growth of a Church.” He is married to Kathy and has three daughters and four grandchildren. In his spare time, he loves to read, hike, travel, watch sports, and spend time with his family.

 

Pre-Forum Seminar


How to Flourish as a Pastor for the Long Haul

Honestly now, do you ever think about quitting? Have you ever wondered if you misunderstood God’s call to ministry or if you just aren’t cut out to be a pastor? If statistics are true, hundreds of pastors leave their ministry each year weary, disheartened, and perhaps struggling with their faith. If any of that sounds familiar, please know that you are not alone. This seminar provides practical help with clarifying our main priorities, surviving seasons of betrayal and disappointment, and learning to serve the Lord with true joy.

 

Workshop


Cultivating Unity in Divisive Times

All by itself, life presents countless opportunities for disunity among God's people. Add a global pandemic, politics and national issues, and international "tribalism," and you've got a recipe for disunity of disastrous proportions. As biblically-driven leaders, we are responsible to lead God's people to "preserve the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace." This workshop will consider the epidemic of disunity and practical ways that leaders can build gospel-driven unity in a church or ministry organisation.

 

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