As a leader your calling is first to your team, to lay down your life for them, care for them, and serve them.
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When good communication is not in place, your people will feel left out, marginalized, and, worst of all, that you don’t trust them. Here are three ways to practice excellent communication within your ministry organization.
What if your team found children's ministry an experience that builds them up, strengthens them spiritually, and leaves them wanting to continue working with the team?
I can distinctly remember the moment when I realized that something was off. I was working full time in ministry, studying Scripture regularly for writing a children’s discipleship curriculum, lived in a strong community that was passionate about seeking Jesus, and yet I felt dry…empty…weak. God felt distant. Honestly, my personal walk with Him had slowly dwindled away to almost nothing—all in the midst of ministry. Ministry had replaced God, and it wasn’t enough. I was in and around truth,
What you believe, what you prioritize, and how you live out your worship will all rub off on those you disciple.
The child of God can claim all the resources of Heaven in his warfare against sin and in his effort to save sinners and build up the kingdom of God.
Jesus calls us to follow Him as soldiers without reserve. Those who are dead to themselves are the only living preachers.
Once a soldier has received his orders and got his message, let him remember that the King’s business requires haste. Learn to strike while the iron is hot.
How do you explain the sanctification process? As we follow Jesus, does God do all the work, while we just sit back and watch? Or do we have a part in our own growth process?
With all the demands on Christians in ministry, it's easy to experience discouragement and burnout. Here's what the Bible says about preventing burnout and experiencing fruitful ministry.