Leadership that led to egregious sin

This morning I was reminded of who and when I was created and what I was created along with me. Then I was reminded of what happens to God’s people when they turned away from the one who created them.

The nation of Israel was led into idolatry because Jeroboam did not want to lose his throne. He forgot that God gave him that throne. He started idol worship, with his own priests etc.,  Due to the northern kingdom’s blatant disregard for the God who created them He took his presence from his people because they were led astray. The peoples’ recalcitrance was supported by the leader of the nation.  He led them into idol worship.

Why is this example important to us today?

It is essential for leaders to realize that they set the tone for the people whom they lead. If they revel in sin, then so will the people. If a leader encourages, or subjugates gossipping, slander, name calling, pride arrogance and dissonance among the brethren, Then he/she has essentially become a modern day Jeroboam.  God will remove His presence from any person, group, or entity that willfully disobeys Him and lead others to do so.

The nation of Israel is a perfect example of that. WOW..can you imagine God’s presence leaving you? Him turning His back on you because you choose to live a lifestyle that is so contrary to what He wants for you that He cannot stand to dwell with you anymore?

Jeroboam loved his people…but he also wanted to keep them to himself.  He was afraid that the people would return to Jerusalem, the anointed place of worship, if they knew how he became king and the debauchery he committed to gain the throne. He began with a simple compromise and led them down the garden path to dark and vile sin. He didn’t start off that way, but as time passed the sin was deep.  Initially, He was God’s instrument to carry out his sentence again Solomon and his line. But power is the elixir of sin.  The enemy will always use the lust of power to derail leaders.  

Throughout the history of the church arrogance, pride and false humility mixed with power brought disgrace to the Church of the Living God – just read about the crusades. The time of the Reformation. The infiltration of the Medici family into the church and their stronghold on it.  The murder and destruction brought on by people who realized that being the leader of a large body of believers gave them absolute power.

So what?

Look at our nation today. In what way do we see Jeroboams rising up within the body of Christ, in local government, state government, and national government? I speak to the church because as the church walks so walks the nation. Whom do you choose to follow?

Questions

  1. Do you unquestioningly believe everything that you are told by a leader without searching for the truth – through the guidance of the Holy Spirit?
  2. Do you unquestioningly support a leader even when you “smell” that something is fishy?
  3. Do you make excuses for a heads behavior because you believe that they are the only “hope” for the community/nation?
  4. Do you – God Forbid – worship your leaders regardless of their inappropriate behavior? You see when Jeroboam made the golden calf the people had a choice. They could have walked away. They knew the law. They knew that he was leading them to commit an act that was egregious to God.  But for fear of repercussions they went with the flow.  They wanted to leave the leadership of Rehoboam.  They wanted change. They wanted to be rescued. They made excuses for his behavior. They chose the lesser of two evils. WOW!!

Leaders

Never take your position of leadership for granted. God gave it to you, and He can take it from you if you go astray!

Jesus help us! Help your people to stand up for what is right regardless of what the end result will be. If we begin to compromise who we are just so people will love us and stay under our leadership, we will end up like Jeroboam and the nation of Israel. One simple lie of his led to an entire nation living an abominable life. Such an abominable life that their Good, Good, Father removed His presence away from his people.Dear Jesus open our eyes before we make the same mistake that Israel made. Save us from ourselves Lord Jesus. I do not want to lead to please people… I want to be a leader who leads to pleases God – bless your people today Father as they go forward into this day.  Everyone leads Father. We do not have to be given a lofty title that points towards a position of leadership because we all lead by example! At this time in the history of our nation Father I am at a loss for words as I see what leaders are doing and saying. Massage the hearts of your people Father help us to realize that when this is all over we will still be the church. How effective will our testimony be after the type of witness that we have demonstrated. Allow us to hear your voice in the midst of teh media blitz and pour your Holy Spirt down upon us as we rest in the knowledge that you are God and you are sovereign in the lives of all men. Give us the willing ness to rest in you and believe that we don’t have to do anything because yu are God and nothing happens on this earth without your knowledge. Amen and amen.

Praise Him in The Storm!

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23 Then he got into the boat and his disciples followed him. 24 Suddenly a furious storm came up on the lake, so that the waves swept over the boat. But Jesus was sleeping. 25 The disciples went and woke him, saying, “Lord, save us! We’re going to drown!”26 He replied, “You of little faith, why are you so afraid?” Then he got up and rebuked the winds and the waves, and it was completely calm.27 The men were amazed and asked, “What kind of man is this? Even the winds and the waves obey him!” (Matthew 8:23-27 New International Version (NIV)

Were the disciples experiencing a crisis of faith or did they not know any better?

Sometimes we experience some crisis in our lives for a particular reason.  I have heard folks declare that the devil is “messing” with them. Is it possible that this crisis occurred because it was an opportunity for us to stand on the promises of God our Father?  James tells us that we do not grow not on our merit, but through trials and tribulations. So, we determine if we will grow kicking and screaming, or if we will be joyful as we grow. In the flesh, we can do nothing.  We do not have to plead to God for Him to stand by us when the storms of life are raging. His word declares, “Blessed is the one who perseveres under trial because, having stood the test, that person will receive the crown of life that the Lord has promised to those who love him.” (James 1:12). So, will you praise Him in the storm?

Father forgive us when our faith wanes, and strengthen us with the resolve to trust in you regardless of how bleak the situation may present itself in Jesus name Amen!

 

IS AMERICAN EVANGELICALISM DYING?

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Ash trees are dying at an alarming rate all over the Midwest, the culprit – the Emerald Ash Boer.  These trees, however, aren’t dying overnight; it generally takes about 3 years for these insects to kill their host.  Nevertheless, unless some drastic intervention occurs, once they show up they not only kill the tree they infect, but they quickly proliferate and infect all the surrounding Ash trees.  The results are visually devastating; it’s an eerie thing to see an entire grove of dead trees.  Soon Ash trees will be a very rare thing in this part of the country. Regrettably, it looks like American Evangelicalism is suffering a similar fate.  However, before continuing it must be clearly stated that the church of the Lord Jesus Christ is not dying.  Jesus is the Lord of the universal invisible church; and as such he is continually building his church, his body, and…

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Striving for a Crown – Go Team Jesus!

Do you not know that those who run in a race all run, but one receives the prize? Run in such a way that you may obtain it. And everyone who competes for the prize is temperate in all things. Now they do it to obtain a perishable crown, but we for an imperishable crown.Therefore I run thus: not with uncertainty. Thus I fight: not as one who beats the air. But I discipline my body and bring it into subjection, lest, when I have preached to others, I myself should become disqualified. – 1 Corinthians 9:24-27 (NKJV)

As I got excited about my favorite athletic event last night, all sorts of things ran through my mind.

  1. I looked at the athletes and thought about how they “subjected their bodies” to prepare for the Olympic games.
  2. Then I thought about my body physical and spiritual and asked myself these questions.
    1. What am I doing each day to prepare myself for the race that began when I answered God’s call on my life?
    2. How do I plan, exercise, and feed my spiritual muscles to ensure that maximum muscle strength and achieved God’s desired outcome for my life each day?
    3. Do I ensure that I am mentally and spiritually prepared for the rigors of “The Race of Faith”?

The spiritual track meet started for me – oh wait a minute and you too – when He said, “”Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature.”  You see I can relate to this event because I was a sprinter. I ran track for 7 years. My mind went back to how it felt back then.

As I was crouched in the starting block NOTHING entered my mind. I looked at the finish line. That was my final destination. My goal – to be the first one to cross that finish line.

  • Yes, I was the speed demon of my school.
  • Yes, I was unbeatable.
  • Yes, I enjoyed receiving those medals at the end of the race.

But do you know which event I loved the most? The 4 x 100 meters relay.  Why? I loved team activities because we were able to help each accentuate the best that each person had to offer. I loved to see the precision and the rhythm of my school’s track team as each person on the team shot around the track, and with amazing speed, carried out the defined purpose – to win the race for our school.  Second place was not an option.  We were the defending champions each year.

On the day of the event, the captain – me – motivated the team. I reminded each member what their strengths were.  We did not discuss the weaknesses.  As the race started, this was the scenario.

  • As runner number 1 started the race – I screamed out their name for their entire section of the contest and told them that they could do it!!
  • Runner 1 handed the baton over to runner number 2, and the screaming started again!
  • As runner number 2 approached runner number 3 I screamed out “We are almost home – break out!”
  • Then I assumed the position – said another prayer – and extended my right hand to receive the baton. The stadium would erupt – everyone knew that I could bring it home – you see we were ahead all I had to do was stay ahead and decrease our time for this event.  Winning was not enough we were competing against our time. We had to do it in less time in this race! In less that 12 seconds my part of the relay was over and once again Aylesbury Secondary High School won another relay race. TEAMWORK made the DREAMWORK.

I looked at the sea of humanity on the floor of the Olympic stadium last night, and I remembered that….

  1. I am still on a team. Team Jesus!
  2. I still had many team members on my team who needed to be coached on how to take their particular gifts and tailor them to their part in the race – sharing Jesus is the race.
  3. I was still in the relay – my job today is to create people like myself who will hand the baton of the Gospel over to the next person in the race.
  4. I am still excited about receiving the prize – “but [now it would be]. . . . for an imperishable crown.
  5. I am still surrounded by agreat a cloud of witnesses,” all of the saints from Peter to modern day saints who had “. .[laid] aside every weight, and the sin which so easily ensnared [them,].[People who, like my relay team had]run with endurance the race that is set before [them], looking unto Jesus, the author and finisher of [their] faith, who for the joy that was set before Him endured the cross, despising the shame, and has sat down at the right hand of the throne of God. – Hebrews 12:1-2 New King James Version (NKJV)
  • Are you running in this race with me?
  • Are you preparing your spiritual muscles each day to carry out our mission?
  • Are you a member of Team Jesus?
  • Can you sense the excitement in heaven as you wake up each morning to spend another day on Mission For Team Jesus!
  • Do you know that God our Good Good Father is cheering us on?
  • Do you know that – like many of the Olympic athletes last night – we have “stuff” we are overcoming? He calls us His overcomers. Let’s win the race for Team Jesus!!

 

 

This is my baton. A Sharing Jesus Video. Let’s run the race Team Jesus!!

Honestly evaluate your church : Courtesy of Ricky Boyles

The Bible says that we should examine everything, and hold on to the good.

The questions in this list help you take a step back so that you can honestly evaluate your church, its leaders, and your church experience.

Is your pastor fully accountable to a board of elders, presbyters, etc?
Is loyalty to Jesus and to one’s own calling placed before loyalty to pastor and church?
Does your pastor encourage questions and suggestions? Is he approachable?
Does your pastor give equal attention to all kinds of people in his congregation?
Does your pastor readily admit his errors?
Does your pastor avoid boasting or hinting at a “special anointing”?
Is your pastor truly humble?
Are the sermons based on clear Biblical truths, not on “original revelations” or ax-grinding?
Does your church interact with other churches?
Does your church staff avoid secrecy?
Is power shared in your church (rather than preempted by a hierarchy)?
Does your church see itself as just one organ of the Body of Christ, and not the main one?
Is your church truly friendly?
Does your church emphasize ministry to people rather than church programs?
Are especially needy people cared for lovingly in your church?
Are church members encouraged and loved even when they leave?
Are relationships with former members encouraged or allowed?
Do the pastor and congregation avoid attacking and using as object lessons, former members or those who disagree?
Are families encouraged to stay together and spend time together?
Does your family worship Sunday service include children, at least for part of the service?
Are you encouraged in your own calling?
Are pleas for money rare and unemotional?
Are your children happy to attend church?
Are you happy to bring unsaved friends to your church?
Is there a diversity of classes, races, dress styles, ages, and occupations in your church?
Are people encouraged to hear from God for themselves?
Is there a single behavior standard for all people in the church?
Are all types of people considered welcome at your church?
Is the joy of the Lord present in your church?
Are you free from fear in your church?
Do you think more about God and Jesus than you do about your pastor and church?
Does your pastor include himself in any calls for repentance and forgiveness?
Are you clear that the pastors and elders never exaggerate or lie to make themselves look good?
Is your group encouraging of each other and free from gossip and rumoring?
Is there a humility of doctrine that points to the grace of God and His mercy for sinners?
Are you encouraged to serve in ministries or missions outside the local body?
Is there ever any pressure put upon members to give or lend money to leaders for their personal or business use (exclusive of church business or projects)?

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We wrestle against…..How do we win?

12 For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places –Ephesians 6:12King James Version (KJV)

“The greatest hindrance to Christianity is NOT the worldliness outside the church, but the worldliness inside.” – Zwingli

I had a disturbing conversation with someone this morning.  After I had calmed down, I realized that this is not a human issue it is just the enemy using a situation to divide and conqueror.

 When God’s people have hope and trust in Him and others, the devil will step in and attempt to divide and conqueror.  That is what he is splendid at doing. We must always take the high road and eliminate any instance that could tarnish who we are in Christ and what we believe.  This nation is acting as if it is devoid of hope.
The enemy will try to suck the construct of “hopefulness” from families first, then spread that concept of hopelessness into the neighborhood, community, county, state, and then out into the nation.  The result? Look at anything or any group that you are involved with and see if it is growing for the sake of The Kingdom of God or growing because of what you are doing. It takes faith and hope to live this life that we are called to live. But it takes the Holy Spirit to grow any endeavor that is “Kingdom”.
  • Know that you will face roadblocks.
  • Know that although we seek to live peaceful lives we are slated to be in a continued battle that involves spiritual warfare against the evil powers of this dark world (Eph 6:10-20).
  • Know that we are in a battle between two worlds: God’s Holy Scripture and the unbelief that is riveted into the minds of humanity by the devil (2 Cor. 10:3-5). And, as every Christian knows, there is a fierce inner battle that goes on between the flesh and the spirit, the old man and the new.
  • Know that sometimes that same battle goes on within a Christian as they wages that wage against the flesh and the Holy Spirit (Gal. 5:17). If we do not learn how to overcome the strong inner urge to gratify the flesh, sin will take us captive and enslave us. Paul describes this war within in
  • Know that when a believer does not hand that battle over to the Lord sin holds them captive and enslaves them. Paul identified it in Romans 7:14-25 That is how strife and division flourish within the body of Christ – James addressed it in James 4.
  • Know that we can win the war that rages within (Romans 7:21-25).
  • Know that when strife presents itself within the body of Christ, it is coming from the Devil.  Then ..
    • The hurt will not be as intense.
    • The anger is aimed at its correct source – the enemy.
    • The Christian can easily take the high road recognizing that they too are engaged in the same battle like the one who has hurt their feelings.
    • The Church can strengthen its horizontal relationship with the heavenly father.
    • The Church can heal and re-establish horizontal relationships with estranged brothers and sisters in Christ.
    • This statement will become a memory, “The greatest hindrance to Christianity is NOT the worldliness outside the church, but the worldliness inside.” – Zwingli

Hunger for the things of God and use the Scripture and prayer to fill that desire and the greatest hindrance to Christianity will cease to exist!

 

This resource is presented with the hope that women will realize their potential to lead in roles other than pastorate in their local congregations. It is to be noted that non-denominational and denominational leaders have written articles based on their pre-supposed positions of women and their leadership roles in the church.

  1. Women Church Leaders in the New Testament
  2. Bible Women
  3. The New Testament Church—The Role of Women
  4. What Does the Bible Say About Women in Ministry?
References on the history of women in the early Christian Church
  • Brock, Sebastian and Harvey, Susan, trans. Holy Women of the Syrian Orient, updated edition. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1987.
  • Brown, Peter. The Body and Society: Men, Women, and Sexual Renunciation in Early Christianity. New York: Columbia University Press, 1998.
  • Coon, Lynda. “God’s Holy Harlots: The Redemptive Lives of Pelagia of Antioch and Mary of Egypt.” In Sacred Fictions: Holy Women and Hagiography in Late Antiquity. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1997.
  • MacDonald, Margaret. “Reading Real Women through Undisputed Letters of Paul.” In Women and Christian Origins edited by Ross Sheppard Kraemer and Mary Rose D’Angelo. Oxford: University Press, 1999.
  • Stagg, Evelyn and Frank. Woman in the World of Jesus. Philadelphia: The Westminster Press, 1978.
  • Stagg, Frank. New Testament Theology. Nashville: Broadman Press, 1962.
  • Torjesen, Karen Jo. When Women were Priests: Women’s Leadership in the Early Church & The Scandal of their Subordination in the Rise of Christianity. New York, NY: Harper Collins Publisher, 1995.
  • Wiley, Tatha. Paul and the Gentile Women: Reframing Galatians New York: Continuum, 2005.
  • Witherington, Ben III. Women in the Earliest Churches. Cambridge/New York: Cambridge University Press, 1988.
    • Bechtel, Lyn M. (1996), “A Symbolic Level of Meaning: John 2.1-11 (The Marriage in Cana)”, in Athalya Brenner, A Feminist Companion to the Hebrew Bible in the New Testament (1st ed.), Sheffield, U.K.: Sheffield Academic Press
    • Fiddes, Paul S. ‘ “Woman’s head is man”: a doctrinal reflection upon a Pauline text.’ Baptist Quarterly 31.8, 1986. 370-83
    • Fiddes, Paul S. (1990), “‘The status of women in the thought of Karl Barth'”, in Janet Martin Soskice, After Eve [alternative title After Eve: women, theology and the Christian tradition] (1st ed.), London: Marshall Pickering
    • Fontaine, Carole R. (1996), “Disabilities and Illness in the Bible: A Feminist Perspective”, in Athalya Brenner, A Feminist Companion to the Hebrew Bible in the New Testament (1st ed.), Sheffield, U.K.: Sheffield Academic Press
    • Kripal, Jeffrey John. (2007), The Serpent’s Gift: Gnostic Reflections on the Study of Religion, Chicago: The University of Chicago Press

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Fear Not!!

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There appears to be a prevailing attitude of fear permeating the Body of Christ.

  1. If it is not Jehad, then it is Isis
  2. If it is not Isis, it is racism.
  3. If it is not racism, it is the political climate.
  4. Oh Dear God if it is not the political climate it is the President – can anyone believe that one?

God’s word tellS that we do not need to live in fear:

  • Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil, for you are with me; your rod and your staff, they comfort me (Psalm 23:4 NIV) [All scriptures are from the New International Version unless otherwise stated].
  • The LORD is my light and my salvation– whom shall I fear? The LORD is the stronghold of my life– of whom shall I be afraid (Psalm 27:1)?
  • The LORD…

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Never, Ever, Ever!

 Keep your lives free from the love of money and be content with what you have, because God has said, “Never will I leave you;  never will I forsake you.”[a(Hebrews 13:5 NIV)

How does a person who loves money behave? 

It is really a simple construct to understand. A person who has made love their god [that is what the scripture implies] lives for the joy of money. They will make all of life’s decisions based on one thing, “If I do and or say xyz will it impact my access to money?” For instance, if associating with people who are not of my social status lessens my social status – I will not associate with those people.  If attending a specific church will lessen my access to “money” or reduce my social status in the eyes of the people in my concentric circle, then I will not attend that church.Job 31:24 NIV. “If I have put my trust in gold or said to pure gold, ‘You are my security.”

Remember what the Pharisees said about Jesus? There is absolutely nothing  wrong with acquiring wealth. It is what we do with the idea of being wealthy that changes the scenario. It is our relationships with others while acquiring wealth that becomes a measure of our spiritual compass. It is the place of money on our moral compass that ascertains our attachment to money.  Money is not evil.  Being wealthy is not evil. Worshipping money and placing the need for money above God and His Great Commission is not appropriate.

How does a content person behave?

Contentment shows that we trust in Jehovah Jireh.Contentment demonstrates our belief in the sovereignty of God over our lives. 1 Timothy 6:6 NIV “But godliness with contentment is great gain.”  Contentment shows that we believed what God said in  Hebrews 13:5  because God has said, “Never will I leave you; never will I forsake you.”

We live in a world that espouses discontent.  Society teaches us to yearn after stuff. The more we get the more we want, “Hebrews tells us to keep our lives free from the love of money. The best way to do this is to focus on the fact that no matter what, God will never, ever leave us. No matter what, God has our back with His almighty power, a power to which earthly wealth cannot compare.” (Adapted from: Taken from Once a Day At the Table). Pray for God to give us all contentment – the kind that comes only from truly trusting Him to be our provider.

Discussion Board Forum #8 Leadership 510 Spring 2015 @ Liberty.edu

Every leader struggles to balance “being” and “doing”. Describe a conflict/crisis that has occurred in your life and provide 1–2 “lessons” that God has used to develop you as a leader/person. You may previously have only seen these conflicts and crises as problems in your life, but with time you now realize how essential they are in shaping and molding you as a leader. Note the biblical pattern in II Corinthians 1:3–4 and II Timothy 3:10–11.

When the Egg Angels Ministry first started, five individuals were involved with the ministry.  This writer was relatively new to Facebook and did not realize that people hide behind their personas.  It took approximately one week to set up and procure the administrators for the page.  xxxx was an amazing source of support and information for setting up the page.  She had years of experience as an administrator of a Facebook group.  The vision for the ministry was mine; the leadership team came to consensus on the mission. We even had an individual on the team who called himself Reverend Walters [a pseudonym]. Within a week, the page membership went from just the administrators to five thousand people. The group grew exponentially.

Knowledge:  All of the individuals who worked on the ministry team were taught how to establish relationships with each person to whom they were assigned.  Everything was going well.  Daily devotionals were posted on the team’s blog to teach and encourage each team member.  Workshops on how to work with people and be a source of encouragement to them were provided on a weekly basis.  Counseling in how to demonstrate faith and beliefs sing technology and or e-mail communications were also taught to team members. This team leader’s knowledge base as an administrator in the non-Christian context facilitated the ministry and team building.  Her knowledge of the Bible and how David structured his administration was mirrored on the team.

 One day a member of the page asked a question that was answered. Then integrity, The Word of God, persona, and conflict created an amazing perfect integrity, work, and obedience check storm.  The member was told that they did not have to be a Christian to be a member of the page [this was a great opportunity for the team to evangelize].  However, administrators and persons serving on the ministry team had to be Christians.

The first person to contact me was xxxx.  She said that could not be said on the page. Shocked was not the word to describe this team leader’s reaction. When asked why?  She said everyone whom she invited to be an administrator was not a Christian. The response was, “This is a Christian ministry.  Our about page clearly designated it as such.  The Mission and Vision of the ministry were clear.”  The INFJ part of my personality kicked into gear. I am a person of integrity I do manipulate and or lie to people.[1] I trusted Ronda.  Everything on her page indicated that she was a Christian.  She used the right terminology etc., so, did the people whom she referred to the team. I did not have to do much about it.  She announced her declaration in an e-mail to me and all of the administrators. Mr. “Rev” went ballistic when I explained to the non-Christians that they could not hold administrative positions in the ministry because they were not Christians.  The curse words that he typed into the IM were unmentionable. At that point, I told everyone that I was deleting the conversation and would resume it when they were calm and demonstrating professionalism.  I had a conversation with Ronda that resulted in her leaving the ministry. The public name calling and ridicule posted on Facebook by the persons who left the ministry was intense.  I had a choice to make capitulate or stand up for what was right in the sight of the Lord (2 Chronicles 25:2 NIV). 

Lesson #1 Learned:  When one participates in a web-based ministry they must investigate people more intensely before being including them in leadership roles on a ministry team. Yes, the criteria for leadership positions that Paul used was deployed to identify Ronda.  However, she was skilled in pretense.  I have been able to use this experience in a non-Christian context with reference to my vocation. When teaching about internet safety I had a life experience that powered my teaching lessons.  Students learned how to be aware of personalities on the web.

Lesson # 2 Learned: “Leaders serve as role models, and everything counts.”[2] The fact that I did not respond in kind to the interesting words used in the e-mail endeared me to four people on the leadership team who immediately stated that they would remain with the ministry and help the rest of the leadership team to regroup. 

This incident occurred in 2009.  So, when I had to face off with the xxxxx in 2010 it was not difficult to do.  God stood with me during this turbulent time in my life and the ministry outgrew the Facebook group.  As the group migrated to a page format most of the members stayed where they were and did not migrate with the group, but they continue to keep in touch.  They visit the ministry’s blog and submit prayer requests.  The ministry has grown in the number of people visiting to blog from 2 countries to 135 countries. God did indeed give the increase (I Cor 3:6 NIV).


[1] Aubrey Malphurs, Being Leaders: The Nature of Authentic Christian Leadership (Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Books, 2003), 51, Kindle.

 

[2] Ibid., 50.

NB: I know that this exceeds the word count, but it is an experience that significantly changed how I do ministry online.

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