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Larry Kreider Leadership Podcast
43 minutes | Oct 13, 2021
Aaron & Emily House on Warriors of the Word
In today's episode, Aaron and Emily House share about their non-profit theatre ministry, Piercing Word, which uses scripture from the ESV Bible to help people engage with the Word of God. Listen as they describe their leadership journey as individuals and as a couple as well as their tips and tricks to learning and memorizing scripture. Aaron House is the founder and executive director of Piercing Word. His wife, Emily, became involved with the ministry in 2011 and now serves on the board of directors. They have three children and reside in Akron, Pennsylvania. Highlights: When building a team, look for those with different personalities and opposite strengths than you. Things will not happen overnight. Make sure your teammates are healthy individually. There are different seasons in leadership. Quotable Quotes: "God has made me an unconventional minister in His Word." "Grumbling and complaining cannot exist where there is praise and thanksgiving." "Because I was able to submit to authority with respect, the Lord has put me in authority." "It's more than a job. It's a ministry." "See it, say it, do it." Mentioned in Today's Podcast: Warriors of the Word: The Bible Memorization Battle Guide for Winning Spiritual Victories by Aaron & Emily House Radical: Taking Back Your Faith from the American Dream by David Platt Gateway House of Prayer Piercing Word's Facebook page For more information about Larry Kreider, his books, daily devotionals, small group resources, or other teachings, visit larrykreider.com.
40 minutes | Oct 6, 2021
Connie Dienner on Cavod & Following Your Passion
In this week's episode, Connie Dienner reflects on how her passion for the arts began, how her ministry and Cavod Academy of the Arts have grown over the last seventeen years, and the unwavering presence of the Lord throughout her leadership journey. Listen as she and Larry Kreider discuss the importance of being confident in who you are, why spiritual parents are necessary, and understanding the difference between your ministry and identity. Connie Dienner is the founder and executive director of Cavod Academy of the Arts. She has been involved in theatre arts for more than thirty years. She and her husband, David, have three children and live in Leola, Pennsylvania. Quotable Quotes: "Go back to what the Lord tells you." "Create with purpose." "Don't be afraid to share your heart." "When your ministry becomes your identity, you get lost in that. And then you lose your focus on Jesus, which is the very reason you're doing all of this." Highlights: Micah 6:8 Philippians 1:6 Mentioned in Today's Podcast: Contact Connie Dienner Contact Cavod Academy of the Arts Sign up for Coffee with Connie Hopewell Network Worship Center Related Resources: Financial Ruin to Financial Freedom with Connie & David Dienner DOVE USA DOVE International For more information about Larry Kreider, his books, daily devotionals, small group resources, or other teachings, visit larrykreider.com.
41 minutes | Sep 29, 2021
Dr. Barry Wissler on How to Grow in Leadership
In today's episode, Dr. Barry Wissler, the founder and president of HarvestNet International, shares his leadership journey—from how his interest in theology began to what it was like starting a house church during the charismatic movement. Listen as he and Larry Kreider explore the importance of unity and healthy communication amongst a team, why having a spiritual mentor is recommended, and the power of prayer. Dr. Barry Wissler is the founder of Ephrata Community Church, where he pastored for 37 years. Today, he and his wife, Cheryl, serve on ECC's eldership team and minister to leaders globally. Dr. Wissler holds a doctorate of ministry from United Theological Seminary. Highlights: Acts 1:8 Your ministry should be about the harvest rather than you. Mentioned in Today's Podcast: The Harvest is Ripe: A Farmer's View of Global Harvest by Dr. Barry Wissler Healthy Leadership Teams: Practical Help for Church and Ministry Leaders by Dr. Barry Wissler Straight Talk to Leaders by Larry Kreider, Sam Smucker, Barry Wissler, & Lester Zimmerman Gateway House of Prayer For more information about Larry Kreider, his books, daily devotionals, small group resources, or other teachings, visit larrykreider.com.
39 minutes | Sep 22, 2021
Brian Sauder on Fasting & Hungry for God
In today's episode, Brian Sauder invites you to hear God’s voice more clearly and experience the dramatic breakthroughs that come with posturing yourself in closeness to the Lord through seasons of fasting and prayer. Listen as Brian and Larry Kreider share practical insights and experiences that will raise your level of faith and inspire you to fast. Brian Sauder serves on the International Apostolic Council of DOVE International. He directs the DOVE Global Leadership & Ministry School and provides oversight and direction for DOVE churches in Canada, the USA, south central Asia, Zambia, and South Africa. Brian has 35 years of experience in leadership, including leading small groups, youth groups, and working in both government and business. Mentioned in Today's Podcast: Hungry for God by Brian Sauder Related Resources: Other resources by Brian Sauder "The Fasting Challenge" by Brian Sauder Articles by Brian Sauder For more information about Larry Kreider, his books, daily devotionals, small group resources, or other teachings, visit larrykreider.com.
33 minutes | Sep 15, 2021
Wes Dudley on Generational Differences
Navigating the tension between different generational groups can sometimes feel like a minefield. How do we overcome the common frustrations that come with generational differences? In today's episode, Wes Dudley and Larry Kreider break down the distinctions between each generation and discuss the importance of building bridges between each age group with a spirit of honor and service. Wes Dudley is the executive pastor and young adult director of DOVE Westgate Church in Ephrata, Pennsylvania. He lives in Ephrata with his two children and wife, Juliana. Wes also serves on several committees for the Borough of Ephrata. The 5 Generations: Greatest Generation Baby Boomers Gen X Millennials Gen Z Highlights: Leaders need to be purposeful in bringing the generations together. When team building, look for any generational gaps you have at the table. Ask the younger generations, “What can I do to help you? How can I serve you and meet you where you are at? How can I help you succeed?” Colossians 3:13 1 Peter 2:9 Quotable Quotes: “In times of crisis the wise build bridges while the foolish build dams.” -African proverbs “I believe what really happens in history is this: the old man is always wrong; and the young people are always wrong about what is wrong with him. The practical form it takes is this: that, while the old man may stand by some stupid custom, the young man always attacks it with some theory that turns out to be equally stupid.” -G. K. Chesterton For more information about Larry Kreider, his books, daily devotionals, small group resources, or other teachings, visit larrykreider.com.
35 minutes | Sep 8, 2021
Kim Zimmerman on Following Your God-Given Vision
Kim Zimmerman, who pastors Shift Church with her husband, Brian, shares her leadership journey—from growing up in the Pentecostal church to being the director and co-founder of CityGate Lancaster. Listen as Kim and Larry Kreider discuss why having the right team is vital, being fluid while following your God-given vision, the need for a servant's heart in leadership, and the difference between being spirit-led and flesh-oriented. Kim Zimmerman and her husband, Brian, serve on the apostolic oversight team for the House to House Micro Church Network and are DOVE USA fivefold equipping ministers. Together, in 2007, they started their non-profit ministry, CityGate Lancaster, which now has multiple locations throughout south central Pennsylvania. Quotable Quotes: "You never arrive as a leader. You're always learning." "Healthy leaders create healthy leaders." "God takes care of the details." "Build it, and they will come." Mentioned in Today's Podcast: Coffee with Kim podcast My Prayer Life: 100 Day Journal by Kim Zimmerman One Day Legacy: Song of Solomon; Read. Write. Pray. by Kim Zimmerman DiscipleKidship by Kim Zimmerman Related Resources: Straight Talk to Leaders by Barry Wissler, Larry Kreider, Lester Zimmerman, and Sam Smucker Passing the 21 Tests of Leadership by Larry Kreider For more information about Larry Kreider, his books, daily devotionals, small group resources, or other teachings, visit larrykreider.com.
43 minutes | Sep 1, 2021
Larry Kreider & Merle Shenk on the 12 Ds of the Devil
Larry Kreider and Merle Shenk discuss how the enemy tries to derail leaders, how to respond to unmet expectations and disappointments, and how freedom can be found by understanding basic biblical concepts. Listen as Larry shares his own experiences with burnout and describes the 12 Ds of the Devil. The devil comes to kill, steal and destroy…I have come that you may have life…abundantly! (John 10:10) The 12 Ds of the Devil: Disappointment Discontentment Discouragement Doubt Disbelief Disillusionment Deception Disobedience Discord Dysfunction Despair Destruction Mentioned in Today's Podcast: "The 12 Ds of the Devil" by Larry Kreider When God Seems Silent by Larry & LaVerne Kreider Related Resources: Straight Talk to Leaders by Barry Wissler, Larry Kreider, Lester Zimmerman, and Sam Smucker Passing the 21 Tests of Leadership by Larry Kreider For more information about Larry Kreider, his books, daily devotionals, small group resources, or other teachings, visit larrykreider.com.
55 minutes | Aug 25, 2021
Duane Britton on How to Be a Lid-Lifting Leader
Duane Britton shares how he gave his life to the Lord as a young man and how pursuing God from that moment on changed his life. Listen as he explains the lessons he's learned from over four decades of service within both business and church leadership. Today, Duane Britton uses his life experience and wisdom to help serve others through Britton Consulting Group (started by Duane and his wife, Reyna), serving nonprofits, Fortune 500 companies, and churches. Duane also serves as an associate pastor at Newport Church in Elm, PA, and is a member of the DCFI Latin America Apostolic Council. Highlights: Your ministry is wherever you are. Learn how to be the second man—take arrows for your team and help make them successful. Be vulnerable with your team. Learn how to have difficult conversations as a leader. Be able to articulate what you want. Be a person of integrity. Be a lid-lifting leader. A leader that lifts lids for others wants to see the people around them succeed and excel. Look for mentors in those around you. Learn as much as you can—keep reading, keep learning, keep studying. Be open to learning things that might not pertain to your specific field but makes you well-rounded. Seek God’s face. Seek the Lord over your life and your strategy—have a plan and see what you need to do to keep moving forward. Related Resources: Passing the 21 Tests of Leadership by Larry Kreider "Transition Markers for Leaders" by Keith Yoder "Readiness Markers for Succession of Emerging Leaders" by Keith Yoder "Biblical Instances of Leadership Succession" by Keith Yoder "Areas of Honor for Healthy Leadership Succession" by Larry Kreider Workshop on leadership succession with Keith Yoder Straight Talk to Leaders by Barry Wissler, Larry Kreider, Lester Zimmerman, and Sam Smucker *Recorded live at the DOVE International Leadership Conference in 2019 For more information about Larry Kreider, his books, daily devotionals, small group resources, or other teachings, visit larrykreider.com.
45 minutes | Aug 18, 2021
Dr. Peter Bunton on Healthy Leadership Succession
What happens to an organization or business when its leaders get older? What is leadership succession, and why is it important? How does theology shape succession? In today's episode, Dr. Peter Bunton, director of DOVE Mission International, answers these necessary questions. Listen as he and Larry Kreider explain tacit knowledge, how to prepare incoming and outgoing leaders for the succession process, and the issues that can occur with change. Dr. Bunton holds a Ph.D. in missiology from the University of Manchester, England. His doctoral research focused on founder succession within international Christian organizations and movements. Originally from London, England, Dr. Bunton resides in Leola, PA, with his wife, Ruth Ann. He speaks six languages and is an adjunct instructor in world Christianity at Evangelical Seminary in Myerstown, Pennsylvania. To contact Dr. Peter Bunton, email PeterB@dcfi.org. Mentioned in Today's Podcast: Evolving Missions compiled by Dr. Peter Bunton & Hillary Vargas Cell Groups and House Churches by Dr. Peter Bunton Founder Succession in International Christian Networks and Organizations: A Narrative Case-Study Approach by Dr. Peter Bunton 300 Years of Small Groups—The European Church from Luther to Wesley by Dr. Peter Bunton *SAGE Journals requires payment to access this academic journal Reflexivity in Practical Theology: Reflections from Studies of Founders’ Succession in Christian Organizations by Dr. Peter Bunton *Taylor & Francis Online requires payment to access this academic journal Built to Last: Successful Habits of Visionary Companies (Good to Great, Book 2) by Jim Collins & Jerry I. Porras Next: Pastoral Succession that Works by William Vanderbloemen & Warren Bird Related Resources: Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap... And Others Don't by Jim Collins "Transition Markers for Leaders" by Keith Yoder "Unpacking the Complexities of Leadership Succession" by Dr. Peter Bunton Other articles by Dr. Peter Bunton For more information about Larry Kreider, his books, daily devotionals, small group resources, or other teachings, visit larrykreider.com.
42 minutes | Aug 11, 2021
Larry Kreider & Merle Shenk on Transitions in Leadership
Larry Kreider has navigated many different transitional seasons—from his position in the megachurch he founded to the multiple team leadership roles he's taken on throughout decades of ministry. In today's episode, he and Merle Shenk, a pastor in his 40s who recently moved continents with his family, share key takeaways from their time in leadership. Listen as two leaders from two different generations share their transition experiences and what they've learned from them. Highlights: Transitions affect everyone. Have a compelling vision for the next season. Allow for the appropriate time and space for people to process and ask questions. Give information on who is aware of the decision so people know whom they can dialogue with. Recognize that there are four types of adapters to change: fast adapters middle adapters slow adapters non-adapters Transitioning leaders need to be self-aware and disciplined in how they use their influence and share their opinion. Incoming leaders need to be able to have the freedom to take risks and potentially the freedom to fail. Recognize that different generations view the work, life, and family balance in different ways and with different expectations. Be aware of transition fatigue for both yourself and your team. Remember to rest and go at a pace that you, your team, staff, and family can sustain. When looking for a new leader, seek someone in whom you can see the evident grace of God at work. Understand that the new leader will most likely not have the same experience and maturity as the outgoing leader. Important Communication Points: Communicate with your key leaders. Allow space and time for dialogue and development rather than rushing through the process. Honor those who have walked closely with you by meeting with them to talk about the transition process before it becomes public knowledge. Honor those who are healthy cultural leaders and volunteer team leaders who serve faithfully. Communicate what you know, but also communicate what you don’t know. It is okay to say that there are things that are still being developed and worked out together. Related Resources: "Transition Markers for Leaders" by Keith Yoder "Readiness Markers for Succession of Emerging Leaders" by Keith Yoder "Biblical Instances of Leadership Succession" by Keith Yoder "Areas of Honor for Healthy Leadership Succession" by Larry Kreider Workshop on leadership succession with Keith Yoder *Recorded live at the DOVE International Leadership Conference in 2019 For more information about Larry Kreider, his books, daily devotionals, small group resources, or other teachings, visit larrykreider.com.
51 minutes | Aug 4, 2021
Jimmy Nimon on Serving Others & Lessons in Leadership
Jimmy Nimon looks back on what it was like growing up in a non-Christian home, his life-changing encounter with God at 21 years old, and the seeds planted throughout his life to prepare him for his ministry today. Listen as he and Larry Kreider delve into his inspiring testimony, including his desire to be born again and the leadership skills he has found to be most effective. Jimmy Nimon is the founder and lead pastor of Lifeway Church in Lebanon, Pennsylvania. Previously, he led Gateway House of Prayer, a 24/7 worship and prayer center, which he founded in 2005. He and his wife, Lydia, both share a passion for reaching the lost, training leaders, and planting churches. Highlights: God can use everyone. It starts with a great God, not great people. Seek God with your whole heart rather than your conditions. Leadership starts with learning how to serve. Your calling is to help other people fulfill their calling. By aiding in another leader's vision, you can find your own calling. Mentioned in Today's Podcast: Lifeway Church Isaiah 61 Exodus 33:11 For more information about Larry Kreider, his books, daily devotionals, small group resources, or other teachings, visit larrykreider.com.
45 minutes | Jul 28, 2021
Deryl Hurst on Business & Ministry Leadership
Before taking on a pastoral role, Deryl Hurst had started his own company and worked in the real estate business for many years, allowing him to gain valuable leadership skills. In today's episode, listen as Deryl recalls how he received a calling to ministry through a prophetic word as a young child and how God led him in what he now realizes was a preparatory journey in leadership. Today, Deryl Hurst serves as the lead pastor at Westgate Church in Ephrata, Pennsylvania, alongside his wife, Mim. Deryl has been a part of the Westgate Church family for over 30 years and has served as a small group leader, elder, and executive pastor. Highlights: Take ownership - This deals with making decisions and taking responsibility. A natural reaction is to justify yourself and explain, but taking ownership also means bearing the burden of leadership. Seek first to understand - When approaching confrontation, seek first to understand before seeking to be understood. Business leaders have access, influence, and relational opportunities to aid in sharing their faith in the marketplace. Spend more time in prayer - Instead of relying on your own intuition and intelligence, look to run your business differently and see the Holy Spirit for guidance and direction. Serve the person you are under and be dedicated to their success - A rising tide raises all ships. Find the truth in unjust criticism - Look for the 5% of truth in the unjust criticism you are receiving, don’t try to justify yourself, and let the rest go. Strive towards excellence rather than perfection. Work on becoming an effective communicator. Utilize personality assessments to understand the strengths and distinctiveness of your team. Engage in the process God is taking you through - Keep the vision/dream in front of you and reference it often, but realize it doesn’t have to happen tomorrow. Continue to train and learn. Related Resources: DOVE Global Leadership & Ministry School "Attracting & Empowering Kingdom Business Leaders" with Deryl Hurst & Sam Beiler Passing the 21 Tests of Leadership by Larry Kreider For more information about Larry Kreider, his books, daily devotionals, small group resources, or other teachings, visit larrykreider.com.
40 minutes | Jul 21, 2021
Steve Prokopchak on Identity: The Distinctiveness of You
Steve Prokopchak and Larry Kreider discuss the importance of understanding our God-given identity, facing insecurities in our lives, preparing for leadership succession, and how to balance worship, work, rest, and play. Additionally, Steve advises how to conquer specific leadership conflicts, including when to seek outside help, how to prevent your ministry from becoming your mistress, and the effectiveness of using "We" rather than "I." Steve Prokopchak is a Christian family and marriage counselor with a master's degree in human services. Steve serves on the DOVE International Apostolic Council and the USA Council. He is the author of twelve books, including the newly released book Identity: The Distinctiveness of You. To learn more about Steve and his ministry, visit: https://steveprokopchak.com Quotable Quotes: "Who you think you should be is less than who you already are." "We are called upon not to be successful but to be faithful." - Mother Teresa Mentioned in Today's Podcast: Identity: The Distinctiveness of You by Steve Prokopchak Who I Am in Christ, the bestselling tract by Steve Prokopchak Next: Pastoral Succession that Works by William Vanderbloemen & Warren Bird Related Resources: Other resources from Steve Prokopchak Articles by Steve Prokopchak "The Loss of Our Identity and the Prison of Self" by Steve Prokopchak 30-Day Devotional - Day 1 by Steve Prokopchak For more information about Larry Kreider, his books, daily devotionals, small group resources, or other teachings, visit larrykreider.com.
42 minutes | Jul 14, 2021
Larry Kreider & Josh Good on Intergenerational Leadership
Larry Kreider and Josh Good discuss the importance of intergenerational leadership, the insecurities that affect each generation, and lessons learned from Larry's own leadership experiences. Listen as Larry explains the need for spiritual mothers and fathers as well as ways to support and honor each generation. Josh Good is the youth director of DOVE USA and serves as the youth leader of Elevate Youth Group at DOVE Westgate Church in Ephrata, PA. He and his wife, Alissa, desire to see the next generation grasp the fullness of what it means to be a son or daughter of a good Father. The 4 Generations: Under 30 - Joseph Generation 30s and 40s - Jacob Generation 50s and 60s - Isaac Generation 70 and Over - Abraham Generation Related Resources: The Cry for Spiritual Mothers & Fathers by Larry Kreider For more information about Larry Kreider, his books, daily devotionals, small group resources, or other teachings, visit larrykreider.com.
39 minutes | Jul 14, 2021
Larry Kreider & Merle Shenk on Micro Churches and House Church Movements
There is a new type of church that isn’t going away; in fact, it is only growing! Micro churches, also known as house church movements, are flourishing in many parts of the world. In today's episode, Larry Kreider and Merle Shenk lay out a scriptural basis for believers meeting from house to house and how micro church networks are making disciples and multiplying leaders as well as the message of the gospel. Merle Shenk serves as the lead pastor of Newport Church in Elm, Pennsylvania. He and his wife, Cheree, have over 20 years of cross-cultural ministry experience and a passion for evangelism, training, and discipleship work. Together, they serve on the DOVE International Apostolic team and lead the apostolic team for DOVE South Africa, where they lived for over 11 years and planted an inner-city, multi-ethnic church. Quotable Quotes: “You don’t have authority unless you are under authority.” -Watchman Nee A Healthy Micro Church Is Not: A group that is disgruntled with their local church and/or existing leadership that decides to go start its own thing. “Whatever seeds are in the first meeting will be reproduced later down the road.” That is why it is so important to get the attitude right in the beginning. An ingrown club. It shouldn’t be so ingrown that it is not reaching the lost. An independent group, unwilling to submit to spiritual authority. Because we, unfortunately, have a lot of that in the Body of Christ today. The same people meeting together, year after year, with no heart for the harvest. Healthy Micro Churches: Have a heart for the harvest. Are called by the Lord to make disciples (2 Tim. 2:2). Have leadership and elders and are under authority and accountability. Are relational and flexible. Have the heart to train leaders who will start new micro churches. Must be connected and are often tied to other micro church networks. If You Are Called to Start a Micro Church: Pray. Be accountable to the leadership in your life and share with them what you sense from the Lord. Find a group of people who may have the same calling on their hearts. Pursue training: Micro Churches & House Churches Church Planting DOVE Global Leadership & Ministry School It is recommended that you be a healthy member of a small group, serve as an assistant leader or lead a small group, and have experienced a multiplication of a small group beforehand. Related Resources: Micro Church Networks by Larry Kreider Starting a House Church by Larry Kreider & Floyd McClung House to House by Larry Kreider Small group videos More resources on house churches Articles on micro churches For more information about Larry Kreider, his books, daily devotionals, small group resources, or other teachings, visit larrykreider.com.
44 minutes | Jul 14, 2021
Dale Mast on Understanding the Call of God
Dale Mast and Larry Kreider delve into the topics of understanding the call of God, identity, and spiritual parenting. Listen as Dale describes his journey from follower to prophet and the leadership lessons he's learned along the way. Dale Mast is an apostolic and prophetic minister known for his teachings and accurate prophetic words to individuals, churches, and nations. Dale and his wife, LuAnne, serve as senior pastors of Destiny Christian Church in Dover, Delaware. Quotable Quotes: If you’re not using the gifts you have, you’re not going to get the position or gifts you’re dreaming of. Don’t think success means you’ve reached your destiny. The way you serve at any level is the way you’ll serve at every level. Mentioned in Today's Podcast: The Throne of David by Dale Mast And David Perceived He Was King by Dale Mast To learn more about Dale Mast and his teachings, visit: dalemast.org Related Resources: Passing the 21 Tests of Leadership by Larry Kreider Identity: The Distinctiveness of You by Steve Prokopchak The Cry for Spiritual Mothers and Fathers by Larry Kreider Speak Lord, I'm Listening by Larry Kreider For more information about Larry Kreider, his books, daily devotionals, small group resources, or other teachings, visit larrykreider.com.
34 minutes | Jul 14, 2021
Andy Byrd on The Send and the Great Commission
Andy Byrd recalls the life lessons learned and observed from his time in leadership, including servant leadership, keeping it simple, doing what led you into influence in the first place, and the importance of carrying a message of hope. Listen as he shares from his journey with God, from growing up in Alaska to how God grabbed his heart for unreached people groups, the nations, missions, and unprecedented unity in the Body of Christ. Here he describes the redemptive vision for a unified church, the re-evangelism of America, and a global Great Commission movement. Andy Byrd has dedicated his life to spiritual awakening in our generation. As part of the leadership of the University of the Nations, YWAM Kona, he and his wife, Holly, helped pioneer Fire and Fragrance and The Send. Mentioned in Today's Podcast: YWAM Kona The Send, Kansas City The Cry for Spiritual Mothers and Fathers by Larry Kreider For more information about Larry Kreider, his books, daily devotionals, small group resources, or other teachings, visit larrykreider.com.
38 minutes | Jun 25, 2021
Tony Fitzgerald on Lessons Learned from Following God
Tony Fitzgerald is well-known in the nations for carrying the message of the heart of the Father and the Kingdom of God. Tony leads an international family of churches known as the Church of the Nations. In today’s podcast, Larry Kreider and Tony look back on and discuss life lessons learned from decades of service and leadership in the Body of Christ. Quotable Quotes: Seek counsel, and don’t assume that you are right. You have got to have a team. Understand the Father heart of God and spiritual mothers and fathers. Work with the younger generation. The importance of releasing young people and not keeping people in eternal apprenticeship. Don’t let your leadership gifting get ahead of your character. Learn to draw on treasures, both old and new. God doesn’t always move on from, he builds on from. Learn to honor those whom God used in your life in the past. Never hold a grudge. I don’t see myself as successful; I just see myself as obedient. Once you know whose you are, then who you are is easy, because God makes you who you are. Three questions each person must ask: Whose are you? Who are you? To whom are you joined? Don’t venture too far without knowing whom God has put in your life as a spiritual father. Always build from relationship to structure, not structure to relationships. To learn more about Tony and his wife, Marilyn, visit: https://www.cotn.org/tony-fitzgerald For more information about Larry Kreider, his books, daily devotionals, small group resources, or other teachings, visit larrykreider.com.
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