Faith, Healing, and,
Beloved in the Lord,
Below is a list of prosperity scriptures. Along with whatever else you read at the breakfast table in the morning, at work, or in your quiet time, we want you to quote these prosperity scriptures and believe them and put your faith in them when you say them.
Before we minister in song, I always seek God and ask, “What is the essential message that you want me to deliver to your people?” What do you want me to say on this great platform that you’ve allowed me to minister to in this season? As the leader of this group, I want to take this opportunity to
write about the values of team building.
As Christian leaders, we must continue to seek Christ for direction as we build teams that will meet the needs of a growing multicultural ministry. In many churches, their traditional Sunday morning worship service can be often viewed as the most segregated place in the United States of America. As God enlarges our territories, Matthew 14:23 emphatically reveals, “Then the master said to the servant, ‘Go out into the highways and hedges, and compel them to come in, that my house may be filled.” (KJV) However, when it comes to contextualization, it is a perennial challenge that many Christian leaders have been confronted with as they attempt to share the Good News with other cultures. Thus creating a sense of urgency for Christian leaders to collaborate with their teams and devise a strategic plan in which God’s Word can be celebrated and shared throughout the world.
Throughout the Bible, there are many passages of scripture where teamwork was essential for kingdom building. In the book of Titus, who was Paul’s faithful delegate, paints a picture of how Paul erected a team that was committed to ministry and was able to destroy barriers by sharing the Good News with the Gentiles. This team effort changed the history of the world forever. Second, in the book of Mark 3:13-14, Jesus employed twelve disciples who were beside his side and committed to ministry. Third, Ecclesiastes 4:9-12 reminds us that two individuals working together are better than a person single-handedly trying to accomplish a task because they can work more effectively as a unit. Fourth, navigating over to Acts:24, Paul identified seven courageous individuals that were a part of his strategic planning team. Finally, Proverbs 27:17 reminds us, “Iron sharpeneth iron; so a man sharpeneth the countenance of his friend.”
As we continue to fight through Covid-19, we pray that you will team up with us as we work earnestly to create and maintain an exceptional experience to further engage people in their relationship and worship with God.
Dr. Rodney Bradley