The mission of PTS Thrive is to encourage early-career pastors in conflict, and mid-career pastors in significant transition, by providing thriving pastoral exemplars as mentors and coaches with the goal of helping pastors thrive in congregational leadership.
Mike Sanes is the lead pastor at The Harbor Worship Center in Kingsland, GA. Here he discusses the formation of a Diversity Committee in the local church that will assist in navigating racial tensions in the church and community.
Dan Tomberlin, DMin, is instructor in Pastoral Ministries at Pentecostal Theological Seminary (Cleveland TN), and director of PTS Thrive. Bishop Bill Lee is and international evangelist for the Church of God (Cleveland, TN). They engage in a frank conversation about race in the church and society...
A PTS Thrive Facebook Live Conversation featuring Rev. Jamie Massey, Rev. Dorcas Bonilla, and Dr. Arlene Hall. Moderated by Dr. Dan Tomberlin. Recorded on August 19, 2020 at Pentecostal Theological Seminary in Cleveland, TN.
Daniel Alvarez on the Importance of a Personal Encounter with Christ
Daniel Alvarez is Assistant Professor of Theology at Pentecostal Theological Seminary in Cleveland TN. Here he discusses the significance of understanding the Doctrine of Christ in Pentecostal ministry and the importance of a personal encounter with Christ.
Cheryl Bridges Johns (Phd) serves as senior faculty at Pentecostal Theological Seminary (Cleveland TN). Here she offers encouragement for female ministers (male too!) to develop their voice in preaching the Word.
Ben Wiles is a long-time pastor and Pentecostal Scholar. He is presently completing his PhD dissertation on a Pentecostal Theology of Sanctification. He serves as adjunct professor at Lee University and Director of Instructional Design at Pentecostal Theological Seminary (Cleveland TN).
A conversation about pastoral self-care with Dr. Tim Maness (Church of God Ministerial Care) and Dr. Dan Tomberlin (Pentecostal Theological Seminary). Recorded at Pentecostal Theological Seminary on July 14, 2020.