Celebrate Your Pastor - Pastor Appreciation Month 2013

Did you know that 80% of seminary and Bible school graduates who enter the ministry will leave the ministry within the first five years? That is a shocking and upsetting number. But we can help our pastor's stay positive and give them the appreciation they need and deserve to keep them ministering to us.

We have two exciting ways for you to encourage your pastor during this Pastor Appreciation Month:

1) Purchase a copy of The Legacy Paper Print SIGNED by the artist, Ron DiCianni! The Legacy is the perfect gift to show your appreciation to your pastor or church leader. You can learn more about this print here >>

2) Download our Pastor Appreciation Facebook cover photo and add it to your Facebook page for the month of October. Encourage your friends and family to show appreciation to their pastors as well! You can download the cover photo by right clicking this link and choosing "Download" >>

Following is a very special testimonial we received from a pastor who owns The Legacy:

The Legacy has hung in my office since I was ordained and has encouraged me on days when pastoring is a real challenge. Remembering that no prophet, minister or pastor was promised an easy uneventful ministry, but in reality, quite the opposite. Being reminded when I preach that there is a host standing with me as I Preach the Word has given me both inspiration and hope. This painting would be an asset to any pastors ministry.

Pastor Wayne Hunt - Coteau Baptist Church

God bless you all and God bless our pastors!

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My husband has been my pastor for 20 years. I saw this painting years back in a local Christian bookstore. When I went back to look at it again, it was gone. I have just now purchased it through your company for him as a surprise. I know he will love it.

Posted by: Cindy Johnson at October 15, 2012 10:52 AM

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