#048: Interview with Terry Pugh Part 1 (Audio)

Terry Pugh Ministry Mentorship InterviewIn part one of this Ministry Mentorship interview with Jacob Tapia (Website), Pastor Terry Pugh (Website) shares his journey into ministry (Listen to Part Two) and gives practical advice for young ministers. Listen as Terry Pugh talks about early ministry experiences, how our ministries change, the impact of mentors, dealing with adversity, the role of the pioneer preachers, the importance of preparing for our future, and the principle of saving on a monthly basis.

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Quotes by Terry Pugh

Ministry, for me, has just seemed to be something that was an evolving process.

I think all of us need to understand that, when we don’t know it, people are watching us.

We just don’t know when we are impacting somebody for the positive or the negative.

Don’t be surprised when challenges come. Recognize that the only way that we will grow is through adversity.

I think preachers need to be honest about finances.

Just because I’m a preacher doesn’t exempt me from my responsibility of taking care of my family.

It’s your responsibility as young preachers to make arrangements for retirement.

As young preachers, we need to create a habit of saving money.


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2016-12-13T10:43:36+00:00 October 10th, 2014|Audio, Family, Finances, Interview, Ministry, General, Podcast|0 Comments