Communication with God Essential to Your Purpose

Communication is more than a good skill for leaders to attain. It’s essential, especially communication with God, if we are going to fulfill our purpose to love God and others. And, the more we love God and others, the more and more we’ll find ourselves driven to pray. Communication with God is therefore essential in providing . . . Continue reading Communication with God Essential to Your Purpose

Communication Imperative to Body Life

The Bible likens the Church to a Body showing the interdependence of its parts necessary for proper and effective functioning (1 Cor. 12). Without communication, the left foot might head in one direction while the right foot turns the opposite way. One hand could carefully pick up something while the other hand pushes it out. Without a coordination of the parts, we would flounder. One action could counteract the other. Communication provides the needed . . . Continue reading Communication Imperative to Body Life

Communication Guided by Body Life Commands

Body life, as seen in the “one another commands” of Scripture, involves a mutual, reciprocal exchange among one another. So, when we look for communication guided by Body Life commands, it must be two-way. When leaders merely “tell” people what they are doing, they aren’t communicating in accordance with Body Life commands.

Even the Greek word for fellowship, koinonia, suggests . . . Continue reading Communication Guided by Body Life Commands

Focus of Communication

As church leaders we have a mission to fulfill that of necessity involves communicating with others.

Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. (Matt. 28:19-20)

But, let’s get this right. We’re disciplemaking leaders in all we do. It goes beyond . . . Continue reading Focus of Communication