Leadership is vital for any organization, especially churches. When church leaders exhibit questionable behavior or decisions, followers begin to wonder. Leaders should minister out of their love for Jesus with their identity and purpose securely rooted in being a child of God. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. Insecurity in ministry can lead to many forms of dysfunction in any church. The story of Saul and Samuel (1 Sam. 8-15) reveals many of these insecurities with direct application to principles of leadership.
Do you struggle with insecurity, fear, anxiety, issues around identity or self-worth, lack of love, or painful issues from the past? Are there deep needs or “wants” in your life that are not met in this world? Consider the restoration of your soul in the healing and transforming presence of Jesus to meet the deepest needs in your life.
Kirsten, a professional therapist, was suffering from atypical migraines and fibromyalgia. She shares her story how healing prayer in the Presence of Christ brought deep and lasting healing that medicine and therapy could not realize.
Do you have some deep pain “locked away” in your emotional closet? Perhaps even a “personal valley of the shadow of death”? No need to face it alone – let Jesus restore your soul as He takes you through it, at your pace, with His love and Presence.
Really, the Great Commandment connects with the ministry of healing prayer? But let’s think again! Our life and ministry flow from our love from and for God the Father. If this relationship is not right, it is a “major block” in our spiritual journey. Healing and transformation become essential in our spiritual growth.