All in Leadership
"When it comes to evangelism and the church—there's no plan B!"
It has to be possible to labour with all the might God will graciously grant us to tear down the walls that have hemmed us in, break new ground, sow the seed, water the crop, and earnestly fall on our knees before the Lord of the harvest; crying out, "Lord, give the growth!"
Knees buckled. Then, from some deep recess of divine memory, echoed John the Baptisers words, “Behold the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world!" Tears flowed. Worship began. But some doubted...
Some people say, ‘act like a man’. I like to say, ‘become a man’. The world has enough actors. But the world doesn’t have enough men—real men.
There is a city above, the new Jerusalem, whose children have been born through grace; this city is your mother. You are a child of freedom in Christ, born into an inheritance given, not earnt.
I'm tired of the ministerial veneer. Like a rotting kitchen with a shiny faux-stone laminate, we as pastors have paraded our perfections far too long. There is more at stake here than your 'platform'.
We always work with some hope for experiencing the fruit of our labour. Fruitfulness is a good thing. I think the problem exists when we expect to always see the fruit.