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Many complementarian churches do not have clear pathways for women to be trained and equipped for ministry. In this episode, Jared and Logan talk about the reasons complementarian churches drop the ball on equipping women for ministry and how we can do better.
Scripture tells us that false teachers and divisive people will arise, but how do we deal with them when they show up in our churches?
A healthy diet and regular exercise have a much bigger impact on ministry effectiveness than we realize. In fact, neglecting to watch what we eat and exercise regularly isn’t just unadvisable, it’s sinful.
Whenever someone starts sensing a call to ministry, usually the first thing they think about is going to seminary. But is that the right move? Is it the best way to get equipped?
“Every time I go back to the States people ask me ‘when do you think you’ll come back to the States?’. And they frame the question like I have a say in the matter. They frame the question about my life as if it’s mine, and it’s not my life. If it’s not my life, I don’t get to make those decisions. Christ makes those decisions” – Matt Hess