Rooted in Christ.
"Apart from me you can do nothing."
Rooted in Each Other.
Together...Don't do ministry alone.
Rooted in His Church's Mission.
"That she may be holy and without blemish."
We've gathered some of the nation's best leaders to share their wisdom with you.
Lead Pastor of Epiphany
Jen Pollock Michel
Author and Speaker
Senior Pastor of
Lead Pastor of
The Summit Church
Rooted in Christ « "APART FROM ME YOU CAN DO NOTHING"
There is a temptation in leadership to lean into the talents and gifts that God has given us in order to exercise biblical leadership.
The pitfall is that we can begin to lead with God’s gifts, but in our own strength. Just as Almighty God gave the Israelites daily
manna for 40 years in order to sustain their physical health, God desires to give us spiritual manna on a daily basis to ensure that
we lead from the overflow. Jesus calls us to abide in Him because apart from Him we can do nothing. Are you in union with God?
Do you practice His presence on a moment-by-moment basis? How does your union with Christ give you power to lead?
Rooted in Each Other « TOGETHER...DON'T DO MINISTRY ALONE
Things get messier whenever you involve other people. Jesus could have established His Kingdom without the help of mankind,
but He chose a different path. He invested in people. He even depended on His disciples to carry out His mission when He was gone.
No one would have predicted that Jesus would invest in 12 young adults, discipling them so that they would disciple others. Jesus
created a movement by pouring into a few. Do you lead by yourself or as a part of a team? Are you intentional about creating a disciple
making movement? How does your discipleship process reflect the power of God?
Rooted in His Church « "THAT SHE MAY BE HOLY AND WITHOUT BLEMISH"
Christ is actively at work building His Church in the world today. The Bible says that Christ loved and gave Himself up for His bride.
As Pastors and Leaders in a local church, it is our privilege and responsibility to lead our people in such a way that they are equipped
to live on mission. Imagine a movement of people willing to reach beyond any geographic or cultural barrier for the cause of Christ.
This would impact our homes, communities, workplaces and beyond. Is the church radiating in your community? Are you nourishing
and cherishing the church? Is your church demonstrating the power of God by overpowering the gates of hell?
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