Pastors suffer a variety of anxiety by trying to make sense of this pestilence while pastoring a political pickle. As a result, the pastors who stick it out are tempted to chase greatness by becoming motivational speakers who carry the world’s weight on their shoulders.
We are all learning this only leads to more anxiety, trauma, pain, and sin.
Instead, this pivotal moment calls for pastors to choose goodness by becoming maturational leaders who care for the world by creating apprentices of Jesus who are intentionally engaged in spiritual formation for the sake of the world.
What Others Are Saying
“The challenges are endless for pastors and ministry leaders in the modern age. The Non-Anxious Pastor provides a roadmap to combat that anxiety with a mixture of theology, identity, and practice.Ruslan KaraoglanovYouTuber, Hip-Hop Artist
Trey VanCamp’s six habits in the last section of the book is worth the price of admission!”
“Drawing on the wisest thinking from both the Scriptures and from other Christian voices, VanCamp has a book that every pastor should read and absorb. You’ll come away feeling refreshed, strengthened for the task at hand, and challenged. For weary pastors, for tired leaders, for those in ministry up to their eyeballs, The Non-Anxious Pastor is a helpful guide and a balm to the soul. Do pick up this book, read it, and have your key leaders read it as well. You will not be disappointed.”Daniel DarlingBestselling Author of Several Books
“Trey is wise beyond his years, and his care for his fellow pastors is clear in his writing. If you are a pastor who is ready to do the work but looking for a path, this book is for you!”Dr. Timothy LeeCo-Lead Pastor at Life Church
“This book helps pastors and ministry leaders better understand the changes happening around us while charting a course forward that is faithful and effective. With his unique ability to communicate, you’ll find these ideas penetrating your thinking for a long time to come.”Luke PerkinsPresident-Elect at Crossword & Professor of Leadership
“Trey’s transparency around his own struggles is refreshing, but the tools he provides to navigate a very anxious culture (and profession) are incredibly invaluable. You owe it to your church, your family, and yourself to read this book and implement its powerful principles.”Jason MayfieldEvangelist
“Drawing on a wide variety of research and insight from trusted voices, Trey weaves together his story, culminating in perceptive insights and practical direction. If every pastor got this book and became a less anxious leader as a result of putting this plan into action, the church would be much healthier and more effective.”Scott SavagePastor and Writer