Pastors I Trust

Pastors I Trust

A flock is only as good as its Shepherd.

In my last post, I talked about how important it is to face sin head-on and repent from it. It is not always easy, but choosing this journey with Jesus was always promised to be complicated. Finding a great pastor who teaches biblical truths with a little bit of humor and a lot of conviction can be a challenging task. I am constantly traveling to new places so finding a home church is almost impossible, and I am sure with Covid restrictions, many of you have not been able to attend your regular church services.

I want to share my favorite pastors that I listen to daily. These men have lead me in my walk with Jesus for years.

Pastor Todd Cook of Sagebrush Church in Albuquerque, New Mexico. 

Sagebrush is my home church and has been irreplaceable in all my travels. Sagebrush is the church my husband and I were baptized at, raised our children in, and most of our family is still in attendance. Pastor Todd is a wonderful pastor. He is the best at making you laugh until you want to pee and then driving home the message with a straight conviction that leaves you in tears. He is so passionate about Jesus and the incredible things he can do in your life. If you are not a native Burqueño, you can catch Pastor Todd’s message at Sagebrush Church online, or on Sagebrush Church on Apple Podcasts.

Pastor Skip Heitzig of Calvary Church in Albuquerque, New Mexico. 

I have always loved to listen to pastors from Calvary Chapel. Pastor Skip is the head of Albuquerque’s church. He is a fantastic teacher. Skip brings the Bible to life with his vast knowledge of historical facts, his personal experiences in Israel, and a deep understanding of biblical truths. You can listen to Calvary Church online or Connect with Skip Heitzig on Apple Podcasts.

Pastor Greg Laurie of Harvest Christian Fellowship in Riverside, California.  

Pastor Greg is another one of my favorite pastors. I have never visited one of his services in person, but I listen to his daily podcast. His podcast is one that I listen to every morning, whether at the gym or home. I love to start my morning with some fresh biblical perspective. Pastor Greg is known for his Harvest Revivals. He was part of the Jesus Revolution of the 1960s, and he is aiming for a new revolution and massive revival. It is interesting to hear him preach with such excitement and enthusiasm. Here is the link to Harvest online or Greg Laurie on Apple Podcasts.

It is essential to find pastors whose teachings line up with biblical truths and are not afraid to preach them. I have listened to these three pastors for years, and they have always preached the good news in a straightforward but to-the-point way that will be informative, funny, and, best of all, humbly convicting. If you can’t attend church for Resurrection Sunday, I recommend tuning in to one or all of the above to feed your soul on this special day!

Have you heard of these churches? What are some of your favorite pastors?

2 thoughts on “Pastors I Trust

  1. I enjoyed reading this. Greg Laurie is one of the pastors I credit for helping me take giant steps in my faith…and that was in the early ’90s! I will always appreciate him for that.

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