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“I can do things you cannot, you can do things I cannot; together we can do great things.”

  • Mother Teresa

Each of us has a unique virtue and grace assigned to us by God that gives expression to His presence in the earth.  We have an inimitable set of skills that comprise our imprint on the world designed to answer a specific need or call in the earth.  These talents and virtues were given to us to actively engage them in service to our families, our communities, and the spread of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.   

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The new paradigm and concept for ministry is collaboration.  Far gone are the days when the pastor or preacher is the solo leader of the church.  The Lone Ranger mode of ministry is no longer relevant.  Collaboration is the new normal.  If we are going to successfully navigate the demands of leadership in this dispensation then we must ADJUST our attitudes and mindsets about leadership beginning with the idea of collaborative leadership.  We WIN through collaboration!      

Nehemiah is an excellent example of leadership in a collaborative context.  The story of Nehemiah begins with many of the Jews having returned from Babylonian captivity.  God had been faithful to His promise to return them to Jerusalem but the city was still a far cry from its former glory.  A group of returning Jews had rebuilt the temple 12 years prior to Nehemiah’s involvement but the walls of the city had not been rebuilt leaving Jerusalem vulnerable to enemy raiders.  When word of the condition of Jerusalem and its inhabitants came to Nehemiah, who was still serving as the cupbearer to King Artaxerxes of Persia, he was greatly burdened to see the walls of the city of Jerusalem rebuilt.  Through Divine Providence he received permission to rebuild the walls of Jerusalem from the King of Persia and set out to Jerusalem to oversee the rebuilding effort. 

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