Ministry Leadership – Combat Loneliness

Published February 7, 2020

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Chris Hodges is the Founding and Senior Pastor of Church of the Highlands in Alabama. In this short video, he discusses the challenge of loneliness in ministry and advises you not to do ministry alone.

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Chris Hodges

Founder & Senior Pastor

Founder & Senior Pastor

Chris Hodges is the founder and senior pastor of Church of the Highlands with campuses across the state of Alabama. He co-founded Association of Related Churches in 2001, which has launched hundreds of churches across the United States. He also founded Grow, specializing in training and resourcing pastors and churches to help them break barriers and reach their growth potential. Chris is the founder and Chancellor of Highlands College, a ministry training school that trains and launches students into full-time ministry careers. Chris and his wife Tammy have five children and live in Birmingham, Alabama. He speaks at conferences worldwide and is the author of Fresh Air, Four Cups, The Daniel Dilemma, and What’s Next?

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