What do you think of when you think of being vulnerable? Chance are, it isn’t anything positive. In the world’s eyes, being vulnerable is equated with being weak, inferior, undesirable. Brad Hambrick starts his book, Vulnerability, by admitting that vulnerability can be seen as something painful or dangerous. We’ve learned to hide ourselves from others.
Every pastor who has pastored for any length of time has experienced circumstances where their church board doesn’t see eye to eye with them. You have this grand vision of where the church should go or what the next step is but some people on your board don’t agree with you.