We’ve all been there in one way or the other. As church members, we need to tell the pastor something and usually, it’s an issue. Regrettably, conflict is a reality in the church. Often, that conflict is between a congregant and the pastor. After all, he or she is – in many ways – the focal point of the church’s public ministry. How then should you seek to approach your pastor when you have problems with his or her ministry, behavior or any other related issue? One of the most important things you can do is deal with the issues you have quickly and wisely. Some congregants will wait the better part of a year or even longer before they raise an issue that had been rankling with them. During that time, the individuals who are holding back become bitter and distance themselves from their pastor, and sadly, from the ministry of the Word. It’s important that you deal with matters in a timely manner. As Scripture says, “Be angry and do not sin; do not let the sun go down on your anger and give opportunity to the devil” (Ephesians 4:26). Here are five things you should never say to your pastor.