Some highlights from the world of church and ministry:

  • A Christian View of Working in Your Strengths: There are plenty of weaknesses within your strengths themselves. You don’t need to worry about making yourself weaker than you already truly are.
  • Leaders are defined by the insignificant: Ultimately, faithfulness looks most like being disciplined and faithful to the small things in life and leadership. The making of a leader takes time, and I believe is revealed and refined through the continual steadfastness in the small things. Our character, our sense of who we are, is defined by the insignificant points in life when no one is watching, when no one really cares.
  • 4 Keys to Finding The Perfect Mentor You’ve Always Wanted: Margaret Feinberg writes a great post on ways to finding a mentor:

Make sure there’s a personal connection: Sometimes in our eagerness to find a mentor, we ask people we look up to to become mentors before any real personal connection is made. We may like them, the idea of them, or what they’ve accomplished. But when we sit down face to face with them, there may not be any real connection.

 

Chris
cskidd1983@gmail.com
Married to the amazing Sarah and raising Jakey, Daniel, Amelia, Josh & Jonah in our blended family. Passionate for Jesus, social work & sport.

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  1. very interesting video that discribes ALMOST an accurate Gospel. It’s missing one essential factor and that’s repentance, to turn from our sin and live for God. Salvation demands self sacrafice but strangely that’s not included in our evangelism today. Instead, it’s about filling in the voids in our lives. Any religion can accommodate that. If they couldn’t, they wouldn’t be practiced.

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