Today, I’m here to share something vital with you. We all desire our churches to flourish and reach more souls. But how do we achieve that? Is it just a random occurrence? Let’s talk about it honestly.
Check out our latest video: “God Said: “You MUST Believe in People!”
Going Beyond Appearances
You’ve probably come across big churches with impressive buildings and pastors. Yet, their messages might not resonate with you. On the other hand, small congregations led by humble preachers might deliver remarkable sermons. Church growth isn’t about being a great preacher – it’s about being a great leader.
The Core Message: Believe in People
As I prayed about what to share with you today, a clear message emerged: “You MUST Believe in People.” This message holds the key to potent leadership and, consequently, the growth of our churches.
Recognizing the Source
In the pursuit of growth, leaders often focus solely on numbers. However, God’s message for you today is to believe in the people He’s placed under your care. They might not all be perfect, but they’re entrusted to you for a purpose – to nurture, uplift, and empower.
People will make mistakes; they won’t always follow directions. This is normal, given their diverse backgrounds. As leaders, it’s our duty to guide them patiently, correct them when necessary, and help them blossom.
Guiding Others, Growing Together
Leadership isn’t about perfection; it’s about empowering growth. Some might need more guidance, more time to understand. This is where your belief in them comes into play. It’s not about their past or present state; it’s about the potential within them.
Creating Positive Ripples
Believing in people has a ripple effect. When you lift them up, they’ll rise. This culture of encouragement and empowerment creates a community where everyone thrives and growth happens naturally.
Watch our Video!
Whether you’re a pastor or a leader, remember: belief in people is the foundation of impactful leadership. I invite you to watch my video “God Said, ‘You MUST Believe in People'”. Let’s work together to cultivate strong churches, dynamic leadership, and a community that flourishes through shared belief.