For some, Hope is a place.
For some, Hope is a campaign promise.
For Christ’s followers, Hope is found in Christ alone.
1 Peter 3:15 encourages Christ followers to "sanctify Christ as Lord in your hearts, always being ready to make a defense to everyone who asks you to give an account for the hope that is in you, yet with gentleness and reverence." Though this sounds easy enough, I know I sometimes struggle to put into words the "hope that is in me" when I try to share the Good News of Jesus with those the Lord brings into my life.
Since the Disciple’s Pathway was first implemented in 2014, it’s proven to be an valuable resource for Legacy. For our church body, the pathway is a challenge to ensure everything we do finds its roots in one of these areas. It’s also a barometer for every disciples of Christ; we should seek to honor God on all five steps of the pathway.
From this weekend's sermon: "When we can trust that Jesus is in control, and when the fruit of the Holy Spirit begins growing in our lives, the happenings in this world will no longer be able to impact the serenity of our souls."...
This blog post is part of a series called “Leadership for the Ages,” written by Legacy’s Joe Greenhaw.
I have believed for many years that all sound and enduring leadership principles can trace their roots and inspiration to the best-selling book of all time…the Bible. I...