What is our calling, as people of faith? What does God want us to actually do with everything that has been given to us?
Most of us have unresolved issues in our lives. While we may be unaware of them, this does not make us invulnerable to them.
Leaders are just servants, who serve God by serving His people. To serve them well, we all need more wisdom than we have currently got.
Following Jesus is about hearing His voice and doing what He says. But what happens when doing what He says seems a bit ‘unconventional’?
Dwight Eisenhower said: “What is important is seldom urgent, and what is urgent is seldom important”. How do we discern which is which?
How do we help unbelievers to become disciples? How can we help them take their first steps on this lifelong journey?
Most of us do not communicate well about Jesus, with the people whom we are trying to reach – but we can learn how to do it better!
Are we willing to extend ourselves for the people whom we are trying to reach? Will we place their preferences ahead of our own?
God has not designed us lead our Congregations on our own. No-one is that good. We lead much better when we do so in teams – together.
We are all called to follow Jesus, but we all respond to His call in different ways – especially when it involves some degree of personal change.