Kingdom Driven Leader
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Joshua Jarvis is a Jesus follower, husband, father, and leadership nerd. His 20 years of entrepreneurship shine in his latest book about missional leadership. He believes that missional marketplace leaders can change the world. When he’s not writing, journaling, taking notes, or thinking about writing, he can be found traveling with his wife and two children.
Learning techniques to banish negative emotions and the distractions surrounding us in a consumer society which take me off the path to life.
I’ve been helped immensely just by reading the first chapter. I embrace the focus on living the Stoic philosophy and more.
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My intent isn’t to persecute the church. I’m a part of the church body as well! Instead, I’m simply pleading that we humbly examine our Sunday routines and see if there is any truth to the claims.
Every church worship experience should be like planning a wedding. We get the opportunity to worship the one true living God. He has a relationship with us and not only do we get to sing and learn more about Him at church, but He also delights in it. Every service isn’t going to always hit this lofty thought of authentic spirit-led worship. However, there is nothing stopping us (the church) from dropping our pride and approaching worship with authenticity.
They say that church attendance is 65% women and even a larger percentage are the volunteers. Is that what the Bible meant when God called Eve a “helpmeet?” I’ve never heard a message from the pulpit that described what a helpmeet was supposed to be. I decided to take my 21st century mindset and look at a word that frankly, I suspected as being mistranslated.