It’s easy to get so consumed with solving the problems in the church that we miss slaying the enemies of the church.
Problems come in a wide variety from things such as developing effective strategy in a time when the future is so uncertain to financial pressure and complexity of hiring staff. They involve factors like understanding culture, how to lead the online church, and both ideological and theological differences. You get the picture.
Here’s how it works.
As leaders, it’s part of our job to see and solve problems, so we understandably invest a great deal of time in that process.
The pressure to solve problems in the church requires so much focus that we have little energy left to conquer the enemies of the soul.
That leaves room for these quiet destroyers to do significant damage.Read More