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Six Marks of a Church Culture that Deeply Changes Lives: Part 6 – EH Leader Podcast

Posted on April 9th, 2019

To create a healthy church culture is indispensable to multiplying deeply transformed disciples. This week’s podcast explores the sixth and final quality in this six-part series on the marks of such a culture. They are:

  1. Slowed-Down Spirituality
  2. Integrity in Leadership
  3. Beneath-the-Surface Discipleship
  4. Healthy Community
  5. Passionate Marriage and Singleness
  6. Every Person in Full-Time Ministry

It has rightly been said that to rediscover the biblical teaching that every Christ-follower is in full-time ministry is like discovering a new continent! The implications are that vast. For example, the sacred/secular divide of church and work is eliminated. All of life becomes holy and part of our discipleship. Our people are filled with a profound sense of purpose. Spectators are turned into creative witnesses for Christ. Our role as equippers in the church is restored (Eph. 4:11ff).

After providing a broad theological overview of our calling and our work, I offer 5 specific applications for us as pastors/leaders if we are going to build a dynamic culture where our people mature and are freed for God’s mission in their lives.

Be sure to download our free e-book upon which this podcast is based: Six Marks of a Church Culture that Deeply Changes Lives. You will find that each characteristic is summarized on those pages, along with a quick assessment tool and team discussion questions.

Enjoy the podcast!

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