We have people in our church that make our life difficult. It’s easy to ignore, marginalize or treat them as the enemy.
Kids like to wrestle their dads and think they can actually knock them over, so we probably feel about building our ministry. It’s really God working with us.
Someone said to never say, “I’m sorry,” in ministry because it’s admitting that you’re wrong. That’s terrible advice.
When serving the Lord in ministry, relationships are critical to sustain us.
When there’s conflict between staff members or people you serve, how should you respond?
Instead of comparing ourselves to others in ministry, let’s reach out to those in youth ministry around us and make sure they’re okay.
With so many people involved in ministry, it’s easy to serve to please others and shift our focus on serving God to a lesser priority without realizing it.
Do you study scripture to put your time in and get through the text, or do you read it to learn, to grow, be challenged and go deep?
I do a lot of reflection in the middle of a hurricane like this. It makes me evaluate my perspective and be thankful for many things.
God calls us to be a blessing to others, and even to bring His blessing to those around us.