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On any road, it’s always good to know where the potholes are. That pothole you didn’t see can ruin a perfectly good tire, knock you front end out of alignment or even damage your suspension. While potholes are bad, sink holes are worse. In February 2014, a sink hole opened up beneath the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky and eight Corvettes, including two highly prized ZR-1’s were swallowed up. You don’t even have to be a Corvette lover to know that’s really bad!

The highways of ministry are full of potholes. The journey is always smoother when we have friends, mentors and coaches who help us avoid them. Ministry leadership potholes are best avoided, but while painful and temporarily debilitating, they are seldom fatal. Ministry leadership sink holes are another thing. They often swallow up not only reputations but sometimes whole careers. From recent headlines, just two words: Ashley Madison.

Read more: Avoiding Catastrophe

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