Have you been wondering if you're in the right ministry role? Maybe even wondering if the church where you're serving is the place you're suppose to be?
If that's you, here are 5 questions to ask yourself to figure out if you're in the right position or place.
Would I attend church here if I weren't in a leadership role? Are you only attending the church because of your role or position?
Do I passionately believe in the vision of the church? Are you on board with the overall vision and direction of the church?
Does the role energize me or drain me? Are you excited about what you do? Is the role aligned with your gifts and passion?
Can I wholeheartedly follow church leadership? Do you have confidence in your leader? Can you follow him or her?
Does my philosophy of ministry line up with the other people sitting around the table? Is your " this is how I want to do ministry" the same as the other people you serve with?
If the answer to any of these questions is "no," then it may be time for a change. Of course, any big changes or decisions should be bathed in prayer and preceded by wise counselors.
God made you for a specific purpose, plan and place. Don't settle for anything less.
Aug 8, 2016
7:28 AM Dale Hudson No comments