I don’t know what the rest of 2021 will bring, but no matter what happens, our communities and our culture will need people who follow Jesus faithfully to show up again and again full of truth and full of grace.
The problems the world faces today and the missional doors opened before us today are the result of the careful coordination of the God who wants to empower you to serve now.
In our modern, western culture, we’re taught a lot about individuality and personal responsibility. So much so, in fact, that if we’re not careful, we’ll simply live looking out for our own needs instead of the needs of those around us, which is antithetical to the way Jesus lived and challenged us to live.
This is the age of innovative ministry techniques and methodologies. We’re mad with creativity, which I love by the way, but at times we can… Read More »In Leadership, Be Innovative and Creative, But Don’t Forget Your Soul!
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If you’re bored, it isn’t because you don’t have a position. It’s usually because you’ve forgotten the assignment already given – to go and make disciples.
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