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Seven Questions I’d Like My Pastor To Ask Me

I was just thinking about this and there are questions I would like my Pastor’s to ask me and maybe you’d like your Pastor to ask you too. If I am missing some please feel free to add yours. These are in no particular order

1. What have you been reading in Scripture?

I don’t remember the last time, if ever, a pastor has asked me this question. I want them to ask me because I want to share what God is teaching me and to show that I am growing in my relationship with God.

2. When was the last time you looked at porn?

I struggled with this about 10 years ago and I make sure I tell every pastor I have worked for that I have struggled with it. It’s part of my accountability. don’t want him to ask me every day or even every week, but I’d like him to ask me a least every 90 days.

3. How is your marriage? Kids?

This is an important question. I want a pastor who is aware of not only aware of my needs but my family’s needs. How many marriages have imploded because a marriage wasn’t nurtured or because the youth pastor stayed too long at the office or on the road. This is a life saving question.

4. How is God speaking to you?

This may seem like a questions about prayer but God speaks in many ways. I want to know that someone cares about my soul and that my soul is connecting with God and not the world.

5. Where do you see your life going?

Youth pastors young or old are always seeking God’s will. They ask “What’s next?” Youth Pastors need career guidance. I need a guide to help me make hard choices. The next question I’d like to hear after this is “How can I help?”

6. Who are you mentoring/discipling?

I want my pastor to hear and feel the needs of the students in our group. I want him to ask about who I am leading and where they are in their spiritual growth. I want them to ask me this so they can walk with them through the stories I tell them and maybe take extra interest in them the next time they see them.

7. Who are you sharing/demonstrating the gospel to?

I always want to remain close to lost people. I want to be accountable for sharing my faith and passing along what Jesus has done for me. Failure to ask this questions leaves me vulnerable to the fear of man, laziness, or apathy.

These are just a few of the questions I thought of. What questions would you want your Pastor to ask you?

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