God, Do You Hate Me? A Look at Ministry Burnout with Mark Driscoll

There is no doubt that Mark Driscoll, founding pastor of Mars Hill Church in Seattle, rubs many people the wrong way. But whether or not you agree with his theological position, there are many things we can learn from his early ministry experience.

Listen to Pastor Mark’s thoughts on ministry burnout and frustration and see why he asked God the question, “Do you hate me?”

POSTED ON November 4, 2013
  • Man, I love this. I hate this too. Stirs up a lot a stuff.

  • Pappa Murf

    Yep. Been there. Done that. Burned the T-shirt. Writing the book.

    Good insight, Mark. Hell hath no fury that God cannot use to perfect and equip his vessels…if we’ll allow Him to.

Bo Lane is the founder of ExPastors, a community that strives to offer help, healing, and hope for expastors, pastors, and church leaders, and author of Why Pastors Quit. As a media professional with more than 15 years of experience, he has developed marketing and brand strategies that have revolutionized churches and businesses, both large and small. Bo left full-time ministry after serving more than a decade in churches in Oregon, California, and Iowa. He is also a writer, filmmaker, woodworker, husband and father.