Caring About Others
The position of care leader involves equipping individuals to care for hurting people within the congregation, contacting absentees, coordinating hospital and in-home visits, celebrating milestones. Your primary function is pastoral care.
The leaders (1 Timothy 3:1-13 NCV) I am gathering are kingdom minded (Matthew 6:33), mission-driven (Acts 2:24), strategic thinking, get-it-done individuals (Philippians 2:20). They can rise above their specific circumstances and help others see the bigger picture of possibility (1 Corinthians 16:13). They are strong leaders but not overbearing (1 Peter 5:3). They are bold but gracious (2 Corinthians 3:12). They exude confidence without being arrogant (Proverbs 3:25-26). They can keep a calm head in the midst of chaos (Isaiah 7:4). They are tough-skinned enough to endure the criticisms, but tenderhearted enough to love the people regardless (2 Timothy 2:3). They not only lead the people but genuinely love them through the process (Romans 12:10). They have a proven track record in their respective areas of leadership that include recruiting others to assist in the ministry (2 Timothy 4:7). They are team players who can follow as well as lead.
Are you ready to be that kind of leader? If so lets if we can build a team to create a physical and virtual faith community that is effective in carrying out the Great Commission. My name is mike: call , email email@example.com , instagram mikeboswith , facebook Mike Boswith