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  1. What is up with Chrislum???

  2. “Pillar #1: Every Believer is a Minister” – What a powerful concept! I’ve heard this before but I feel sharpened by the reminder to keep my ‘leadership eyes’ on as a Small Groups Pastor when interacting with our people. If we could see everyone in this light it would surely increase our capacity to get people involved and raise up new leaders! Thanks for sharing this…

  3. These four pillars are really good – but too often what is missing is the base on which they stand. For these pillars to get in motion (as it were) we need to change the culture, perpetuated by traditional clergy and layity that it is the vicar/ priest/ minister/ pastor who should hold all this up. We need much more delegation (and indeed handing over) of administration to lay people – its is listed as a spirual gift after all.

  1. Lay Pastoral Care – Good Work! - November 7, 2017

    […] 2017, from http://pastors.com/four-pillars-of-a-strong-lay-ministry/ […]

  2. Lay Ministry and Church Growth | ashlandgrace2020 - January 5, 2016

    […] I came across an article by Rick Warren at Pastors.com entitled “Four Pillars of Strong Lay Ministry.”  You can check it out at http://pastors.com/four-pillars-of-a-strong-lay-ministry/ […]

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  11. Morning Links (October 18, 2012) | Justin Hiebert - October 18, 2012

    […] Rick Warren writes on pastors.com the four pillars of strong lay ministry. […]

  12. Morning Roundup 10/15/12: Turkish Muslims, Pulpit Freedom, Strong Lay Ministries, & Microfinance | RSS // MAIL - October 15, 2012

    […] Four Pillars of a Strong Lay Ministry — Rick Warren […]

  13. Articles of Interest (10/13) - Brent Walker - October 13, 2012

    […] Lay ministry – Rick Warren offers some encouragement for church members to be involved in ministry. Worth a look if you are already involved in ministry at your church or if you are not serving. There is a place for you to do ministry within your local church. […]