Back in Hong Kong with the EN Asia team to consult with our leaders there. Here I am with Jun Escosar.
I have known Jun Escosar for over 26 years now. We have been working together in ministry for over 2o years. The think I love so much about Jun is while he is a highly productive leader and church planter he does his work with utmost excellence and joy. It is always a pleasure to work with him.
Thanks Jun, really enjoyed our time in Hong Kong. Just want to thank the rest of the team: Micahel Paderes, Ado Bernardo. Thank you also David Russell and San Ng for your hospitality.
“An elder must be blameless,a faithful to his wife, a man whose children believea and are not open to the charge of being wild and disobedient.” Titus 1:6
Back again in Lipa. This team of young leaders exudes energy. Really appreciate the leadership of Pastor Raymond de Guzman and the team. Thanks guys, it’s always a pleasure to visit with you to see and hear what God is doing in your lives. I am standing and believing for God’s best for your building project. Hope that on my next visit your building would have been completed.
When the amount had been determined, they gave the money to the men appointed to supervise the work on the temple. With it they paid those who worked on the temple of the LORD—the carpenters and builders,…2Kings 12:12
Back in Indonesia to do Strategic Planning with Every Nation church here. God’s blessed us with an amazing team of leaders. The ability to be missional, relational and professional is always a challenge. Often I find in Christian circles a very missional culture and yet one that is not relational. Then you have some that are very relational but lacking in mission, worse one that is very unprofessional.
I believe one of the keys to healthy church growth is to be missional, relational and professional. Over the years I have found that these three are not incongruent or incompatible. The real issue is that leadership teams are unable to embrace all each of these. Poor leadership always wants to settle for what one is comfortable with.
Thankfully these Indonesian leaders are not like that. They are determined in seeing what God has in store for them their willing to make the necessary changes that are necessary.
Thanks Pastor Jahja and the rest of the team, we enjoyed consulting with you guys.
From July 3-5 Victory churches across the nation will fast and pray for the youth, the poor and the nation. Father we are believing You for the best for our nation. Raise a generation that love You, that love others and that love our nation. The picture above is from day one of the fast at Victory Fort. We pray O Lord for the fulfillment of our destiny as a nation.. We claim the words of Genesis 12:2
“I will make you into a great nation, and I will bless you; I will make your name great, and you will be a blessing. I will bless those who bless you, and whoever curses you I will curse; and all peoples on earth will be blessed through you.”
Making DisciplesPosted: July 1st, 2012 | Filed under: Podcasts | No Comments »
Duration: 00:33:09 | File size: 31.87 MB | Download MP3
Victory as a movement exists for two things: to honor God and to make disciples. Know more about who we are and what we value in our series, WikiChurch!
This two-week series starting June 23 and 24 will tackle our values as a movement and how each of us can apply the principles that our church embodies.