Don’t seek leadership. Don’t seek to be a biblical man/woman. Seek Jesus.


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This weekend there is a statewide conference for men of our church denomination. We got an e-mail about it from the Bishop, and I appreciated the way it was described. The gathering has “one purpose – to equip men to become someone God can use in their families, churches and communities.” – Yes! Amen!

Someone God can use.

I was reminded of a past post I wrote entitled: The alternative to passivity is not leadership. Here is the intro to it:

“Certain churches express concern about men who are passive or not as involved with their families as they should be. No one wants a passive, non-involved, detached spouse – whatever the issue may be – finances, spirituality, etc. This is a legitimate concern. However, I have problems with the odd way that certain churches address it. Their solution is to emphasize men becoming the leaders of their home. But…

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Published by Vincent S Artale Jr

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