In ministry we sometimes fail to see the influence of the enemy in the lives of people around us.
God asked Hosea to marry a whore to be an example of what Israel was doing in their relationship with Him, but we still do the same today.
Sometimes we confuse sinlessness for perfection and think that Jesus was absolutely perfect in everything.
We all have failures. When you look at Scripture, even the disciples failed. God’s grace is sufficient for us, and it’s an invitation to ministry.
Money is great when it serves us, but if we start to serve money then it becomes a terrible master.
Evaluating the last year’s ministry is always healthy, but we first need to look to the past to learn what brought us to where we are today.
When ministry moves slowly, when the church board drags their feet making a decision, when life frustrates you, be patient.
Coming out of my youth ministry’s first parent meeting, many of the parents were unsupportive of me and the youth group’s direction.
What’s holding you back from following the Lord as your first priority? Are you approaching Him with conditions?
Taking care of yourself with exercise, rest, and eating healthy will tremendously impact your ministry to others.