A Commitment to a Lifestyle of Discipleship

A Commitment to a Lifestyle of Discipleship

Discipleship Resources from CLST Global Email: lkageorgia@gmail.com I’m sure you have heard about the importance of a famous person’s “last words.” Supposedly it says something about their essence, the way they think and why they act. The...
The Five-Fold Church Leadership Training Model

The Five-Fold Church Leadership Training Model

Ephesians 4:11-12 paints a beautiful picture of the five-fold gifts needed to provide balanced, effective leadership in the church. But what strikes me as most important is their job description: to equip God’s people for works of service, or “for the work of the ministry.”

An apostolic view of ministry

An apostolic view of ministry

The apostle Paul was clear. The risen, ascended Christ gave certain gifted persons – apostles, prophets, evangelists, pastors and teachers – for one very simple and vitally important reason: “to equip the saints” (Ephesians 4:11-12). These apostolic leadership gifts are not professionals doing the work of ministry; they are equippers, trainers, coaches, provided to resource and empower the members of the Body of Christ so they can effectively do the work of the ministry.