My heart aches……

So many Pastors are going through a tough time as I write this. The first things that came to mind when I read this is, forgiveness, love and compassion for Pastor Brandon Hudson and family. We also pray for the congregation for love and forgiveness.

Jesus taught, “If you forgive others their transgressions, your heavenly Father will forgive you” (Mt 6:14). Peter asked Jesus how often it is necessary to forgive, and Jesus replied, “Seventy-seven times” (Mt 18:22), a number to be taken symbolically, not literally, for the never-ending way that we ought to forgive.

I do not have any idea of the extent of the problems of Pastor Hudson, I just know forgiveness as to whatever has taken place. JESUS!

The pressure on Pastors during a time when 46% of Americans are unchurched is unheard of.

We are praying for Pastor Hudson and his family and all Pastors and families.

This may be the toughest time to be a Pastor since the Civil War. UGLY TREND CONTINUES! 43% of Churches Now Report Zero Baptisms

The Christian Post

Nicole VanDyke, CP Reporter 

The pastor of a historic large Baptist church in West Texas has resigned two weeks after being arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol.

Forty-four-year-old Brandon Hudson, the senior pastor of Texas’ First Baptist Church Abilene, submitted his resignation Sunday after over a year as senior pastor.

At the church’s Sunday morning service, Bob Ellis, introduced by the church’s personnel committee chair, read Hudson’s letter of resignation and asked the congregation to keep Hudson and his family in their prayers. The Rest of The Story Here

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