Organised by
Pastors Seminar & Fellowship (PSF)

Restful Shepherds in a Restless Church

The ministry of shepherding has become very challenging amid rapid social changes and growing needs in the congregations. 

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Needless Meeting

Pastors report spending 4-5 hours a week in needless meetings.

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Quitting Ministry

Pastors are thinking of quitting the ministry.

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Working 24 hours a day

Pastors feel they are on call 24/7.

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Discouraged, Stressed & Fatigued

Pastors feel fulfilled yet discouraged, stressed, and fatigued.

Statistics provided by The Fuller Institute, George Barna, Lifeway, Schaeffer Institute of Leadership Development, Christianity Today, and Pastoral Care Inc

Many pastors and others in shepherding ministries suffer from an identity crisis and vocational confusion, made worse by a growing sense of loneliness, relational fatigue, and the loss of passion and creativity.

The solution is to hear Jesus’ invitation in Matt 11:28-30 afresh.

He cares for His under-shepherds and invites us, “Come with me by yourselves to a quiet place and get some rest” (Mk 6:31).

Our Speaker

Rev. Dr. Bishop Robert Solomon

Dr Solomon was the bishop of The Methodist Church in Singapore from 2000 to 2012. Before that, he was a medical doctor, local church pastor, annual conference president, and principal of TTC. Bishop Emeritus Solomon continues to preach, teach, and write, having written about 50 books, including The Hurting Heart, The Spiritual Leader, Finding Rest for the Soul, and Faithful to the End.


SBC Alumni/Students - Free
Public: $20
Closing date for registration: 26 June