Is $500k Too Much to Pay a Pastor?

From this week’s edition of Ministry Briefing:

Recent reports show that several pastors earn at least $500,000 in annual salary, while several Christian nonprofit leaders make up to $650,000 annually. While it’s not necessarily wrong to earn a lot of money, especially if you plan to donate a large portion of it charity, there are major concerns about money when Jesus taught so often about the snare of money and the work of churches and Christian groups in alleviating hunger and meeting other basic needs.

Link to full article:  Patheos

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One Comments

  • Jeff Ruble January 4, 2016 Reply

    Yes that is too much money to pay a pastor. That’s what’s wrong with the church today is it has become a BUSINESS AND THE PASTOR IS A CEO… To be honest with you it’s PROSTITUTION…

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