On today’s episode of the Caffeinated Thoughts Podcast, our host, Shane Vander Hart, speaks with Brian Kluth, the spokesperson of the Bless Your Pastor campaign that is part of the National Association of Evangelicals about how churches and church members can bless their church’s pastoral staff. 

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