Practical Ministry Skills
Redeeming Your Failures
Even in your defeats, God is at work in your ministry and in you.
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Overview

Failure. It's one of the scariest words in ministry. When a leader falls, or makes a big mistake, the consequences can impact not just ministries and lives but hearts and souls. The good news: we serve a God whose power is made perfect in our weakness. No situation and no person is beyond his redemption, and even in our failures he makes his glory known. This resource is designed to help leaders allow God to redeem their failures and move forward in their ministry.

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This Resource contains all of the following:

Finding Hope in Failure 
No matter how you’ve messed up, God isn’t done with you yet.

Epic Fail 
Only when we are honest about our failures can we move forward.

From Pulpit to Pew 
God uses difficult situations to prepare us for something big.

Experts in Weakness 
I don’t fit the typical definition of a “strong” leader, and I’m glad.

When a Colleague Falls 
What is your role as a friend and co-laborer?

When to Be Vulnerable 
God can use your brokenness to help others.


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Topics:Accountability, Discernment, Healing, Humility, Job loss, Restoration, Vulnerability
Filters:Pastor, Pastoral care
References:Lamentations 3:19-24, 2 Corinthians 12:8-10, Matthew 5:3, Psalm 34:17-20
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Ndwalaza Cordeliah

April 04, 2014  3:17am

Can these be available in South Africa

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