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The Durenda Wilson Podcast
Encouragement for Parents of Kids with Disabilities (Podcast 364)

The Durenda Wilson Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 40:59


Our son was recently diagnosed with a disability, but honestly, I already knew because I know our son. However, because we took an unhurried approach to his education and adjusted to what worked best for him, he continued to make progress and didn't hit any obstacles (we believed were important) that he couldn't overcome so we never felt the need to dig deeper. Today I'm sharing principles that hold true because they are based on God's word. The methods may vary, but the principles remain solid and because of that, we can work from a place of confidence and faith even when our kids are diagnosed with disabilities.  Resources worth mentioning: Shepherding the Simple Deceived by OCD: When Crooked Paths Seem Straight Finding Your Child's Way on the Autism Spectrum The Unhurried Homeschooler Unhurried Grace for a Mom's Heart The Four-Hour School Day Homeschooling Today (P.S. Don't forget to check out my latest book, The Four Hour School Day: How You and Your Kids Can Thrive in the Homeschool Life on Amazon, durendawilson.com, or your favorite bookseller!)  

BER Podcast
Worship Leading as Shepherding

BER Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 23:13


Good Shepherding
New Geneva Academy Shepherds Conference 2022: Women's Breakout Session—Titus 2:3-5 | Sebra Baker & Jenna Killingsworth

Good Shepherding

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 75:17


Audio from our 2022 Shepherds Conference: Old Paths. Women's Breakout Session, "Old Paths for Women: Titus 2:3-5," by Sebra Baker and Jenna Killingsworth.This audio is a lecture by Sebra Baker and Jenna Killingsworth, delivered at New Geneva Academy's annual shepherds conference. The theme of this year's conference was Old Paths. As pastors and church leaders, we must walk in the paths of faithful shepherds before us, learning to serve our flocks with care and humility. Sebra Baker is married to Stephen, associate pastor at Trinity Reformed Church, and Jenna Killingsworth is married to Jody, the senior pastor of Trinity Reformed Church. These seasoned pastors' wives led a break-out for women. They addressed the old paths women are to follow, particularly focusing on the Holy Spirit's directions in Titus 2:3-5.For more information on New Geneva Academy's pastoral training program visit our website: www.newgenevaacademy.comNGA email sign-up ★ Support this podcast ★

Good Days with Eddy and Charlie
S2E6: "Shepherding Your Leaders" with Stacy Shaw

Good Days with Eddy and Charlie

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 36:52


On this week's episode, Eddy and Charlie sit down with Professor Stacy Shaw from Indiana Wesleyan University. Stacy has years of ministry experience and an insightful mind for someone that is so young. Today Eddy and Charlie discuss how to disciple and care for the leaders that are helping keep your ministry afloat. Grab a piece of paper and a pen because you may want to take some notes, enjoy! Have Questions you want answered or a praise you would like to share? You can contact us by email by emailing gooddayswithcharlieandeddy@gmail.com Hosted by: Eddy Shigley and Charlie Alcock Produced by: Tyler Sanders (@tylerwsanders) and The Called Collective (@thecalledcollective) Edited by: Noah Yearout (@noah_yearout) Graphics created by: Hannah Harris (@hannahrae.of.sunshine) The Called Collective seeks to equip the next generation of ministry leaders. We accomplish this by resourcing teens and pastors for the work of ministry. The Called Collective Social Network is designed for High School teens called to ministry in order for them to learn ministry skills, share in community with students across the world, and develop their call. Please check out the Called Collective. Website: thecalledcollective.org C2 Social Network: members.thecalledcollective.org Podcasts: Deep Grace - A Semiweekly podcast on a topic in worship, theology, faith, or scripture with professors and pastors. Every Monday, 1 hr typically. Listen now on Apple Podcasts or Spotify: https://linktr.ee/deepgracepodcast Modern Parables - A weekly podcast where four pastors create sermon illustrations from cultural topics. Every Tuesday, 30-1hr typically. Listen now on Apple Podcasts or Spotify: https://linktr.ee/modernparables Good Days with Eddy Shigley and Charlie Alcock - A weekly podcast where they will share a Ministry Principle and how it has played out in their years of ministry. Every Wednesday, 20-25 minutes typically. Listen now on Apple Podcasts or Spotify: https://linktr.ee/GoodDayswithEddyandCharlie Stories at Noon - A weekly podcast where a pastor sits down and shares a story of ministry life; a good, bad, or funny story. Every Thursday, 30 minutes typically. Listen now on Apple Podcasts or Spotify: https://linktr.ee/storiesatnoon Coffee and Calling - A weekly podcast where a pastor, missionary, professor, or student shares their calling story. Every Friday, 30-35 minutes typically. Listen now on Apple Podcasts or Spotify: https://linktr.ee/coffeeandcalling

Connect. Grow. Multiply.
Discipleship Matters in Family

Connect. Grow. Multiply.

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 36:49


In our final episode of the "Discipleship Matters" Series, Michael sits down with our Student Pastor, Kurt Fehlis, and our Kids Pastor, Dustin Lee. They share insights on making discipleship a priority in your house and how to disciple your family well. Check out the links below for all of the great resources mentioned in today's episode. Show Links: Holly ShiversAXIS"Shepherding a Childs Heart""A Little God Time"STAY CONNECTED WITH US Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GABCTyler Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gabc_tyler/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/greenacresbaptistchurch

C3 Los Angeles
Apostleship and Shepherding | Pastor Jake Sweetman

C3 Los Angeles

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 40:37


A message about the spiritual gifts of Apostleship and Shepherding and ways you can identify or develop them in your life.

Good Shepherding
New Geneva Academy Shepherds Conference 2022: 5. Simplicity in Worship | Pastor Andrew Dionne

Good Shepherding

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 65:51


Audio from our 2022 Shepherds Conference: Old Paths. Session 5, "Simplicity in Worship," by Pastor Andrew Dionne."Imagine walking into a Roman Catholic Cathedral in 1555. Let's say you attended mass in the Notre Dame in Paris that year. Before you walk through the doors you are awed by the amazing intricacy of the architecture—flying buttresses, stained glass, gargoyles. You walk through the tall front doors and gaze at the amazingly tall ceilings, ornate stone carvings of men and angels, crucifixes, and various Biblical scenes depicted in stained glass. All of this is a feast for the eyes. You go further into the space and there are the stations of the cross, statues of saints, candles, and relics to be venerated. You see the priests wearing their luxurious outer garments—the chasubles—covered in embroidery, along with their stoles, which announce their sacerdotal status. Then— after all of that—you observe the Liturgy of the High Mass... Andrew Dionne began his pastorate at Trinity Presbyterian Church in August 2011. He was ordained in the PCA's Great Lakes Presbytery in Nov. 2004. From 2004 to 2011, Andrew served as a pastor at Christ the Word Church in Toledo, OH. Andrew received his M.Div. in 2004 after earning a doctorate in music composition from Indiana University. He currently serves as president of New Geneva Academy. He and his wife, Sarah, have been married for twenty-three years and have six children.For more information on New Geneva Academy's pastoral training program visit our website: www.newgenevaacademy.comNGA email sign-up ★ Support this podcast ★

The Prism Podcast
Strategies for Infancy and Early Childhood

The Prism Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 23:10


In this week's podcast, Misty Newcomb, Josh Spielmaker, Jenny Greslin and Ben Lagrone have the first in a two-part conversation about practical strategies for parents raising young children. The focus of the last two week's has been primarily geared toward young children, join us next week as we jump into a discussion about Shepherding a Teenager's heart.

Christ Covenant Church Sermons
Derek Wells | Pain, Presence, and Perseverance

Christ Covenant Church Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 39:20


Sunday Evening, November 6, 2022Given by Derek Wells | Pastor of Shepherding and DiscipleshipChrist Covenant ChurchPain, Presence, and PerseveranceSermon Text: Psalms 129Watch on YouTube | Download our mobile app

Edwin Morgan Ogoe
AOSC Day 3 Session 1- THE SHEPHERDING SKILLS OF JEHOVAH : Bishop Edwin Ogoe

Edwin Morgan Ogoe

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 127:04


Preached at the ART OF SHEPHERDING CONFERENCE 2022, MACHANEH CATHEDRAL

Edwin Morgan Ogoe
AOSC Day 3 Session 3- 10 THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT SHEPHERDING: Bishop Dag Heward-Mills

Edwin Morgan Ogoe

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 125:03


Preached at the ART OF SHEPHERDING CONFERENCE 2022, MACHANEH CATHEDRAL

Dag Heward-Mills
Ten Things About Shepherding

Dag Heward-Mills

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 115:36


Preached at the Art of Shepherding Conference, Living Bread Cathedral, Oyibi-Ghana.

Dag Heward-Mills First Love
Ten Things About Shepherding

Dag Heward-Mills First Love

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 115:36


Preached at the Art of Shepherding Conference, Living Bread Cathedral, Oyibi-Ghana.

Good Shepherding
New Geneva Academy Shepherds Conference 2022: 4. Caring for Souls | Pastor Josh Knipp

Good Shepherding

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 74:46


Audio from our 2022 Shepherds Conference: Old Paths. Session 4, "Caring for Souls," by Pastor Josh Knipp.The care of souls is a pastor's responsibility. He must look after each of his sheep. Long before modern psychology, men and women found love, counsel, and life-giving reproof in the Church for this reason.Pastor Josh Knipp will exhort us to return to historic pastoral care, caring for the souls in our congregation with skill and humility, one by one, at the point of their most serious sins and weaknesses.Josh Knipp has been the senior pastor of Bloomington Bible Church since 2011. In addition to his work as a pastor, Josh has worked as a professional counselor. He is married to his lovely wife Rachel, and they have four children.For more information on New Geneva Academy's pastoral training program visit our website: www.newgenevaacademy.comNGA email sign-up ★ Support this podcast ★

Good Shepherding
New Geneva Academy Shepherds Conference 2022: 3. Learning from Calvin (Part 2) | Dr. Richard C. Gamble

Good Shepherding

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 70:02


Audio from our 2022 Shepherds Conference: Old Paths. Session 3, "Learning from Calvin," (Part 2) by Dr. Richard C. Gamble.Part 2: Calvin's View of the Church in the New Testament + Q&AJohn Calvin worked ceaselessly to recover old paths of sound doctrine and faithful pastoral care, implementing them in his 16th-century context. As he mined Scripture and church history for wisdom, his life and ministry became a template that has never lost its relevance for the Church.Dr. Richard Gamble taught us about John Calvin's understanding of the Church in the Old and New Testaments, how that shaped his life and ministry in Geneva, and how it can shape us as pastors today.Richard Gamble has served as Professor of Systematic Theology at Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Pittsburgh since 2005. He has served as a pastor and church planter for a number of churches and is currently a minister in the Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America. He is a past president of the Calvin Studies Society and has written and edited a tremendous number of books and articles on Calvin, as well as authoring the multi-volume systematic theology The Whole Counsel of God. He and his wife Janice have five daughters and four grandchildren.For more information on New Geneva Academy's pastoral training program visit our website: www.newgenevaacademy.comNGA email sign-up ★ Support this podcast ★

Maynardville Fellowship Podcast
Prov. 20:19 Shepherding the Flock of God- Identifying & Dealing with Gossip

Maynardville Fellowship Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 74:53


Gossip is a dangerous threat to family, workplace, and especially church unity. Christians are often ill equipped to recognize gossip when we are doing it, when we hear it, & then when we do recognize it we don't know how to handle it biblically. Listen as Pastor Matt examines Proverbs 20:19 to explain I. The Risk of Gossip II. The Revelation of Gossip III. The Response to Gossip IV. The Root of Gossip.

The Prism Podcast
Discussing Discipline in the Great Prism North America Read-a-Long

The Prism Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 23:27


This we we return to the Great Prism North America Read-a-Long. Misty Newcomb is joined by Zach Newcomb as they have a meaningful conversation about discipline and tools for Shepherding a Child's Heart. This is the first of a 2 part discussion with Zach and Misty about discipline. Prom preschool to high school, there is something in here for everyone.

Henry Asare Duah
The Privilege of Shepherding - Day 3(HEGGUM 2022 With Bishop Frank Otchere)

Henry Asare Duah

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 191:07


Good Shepherding
New Geneva Academy Shepherds Conference 2022: 2. Learning from Calvin (Part 1) | Dr. Richard C. Gamble

Good Shepherding

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 92:42


Audio from our 2022 Shepherds Conference: Old Paths. Session 2, "Learning from Calvin," by Dr. Richard C. Gamble.Part 1: Calvin Bio + Calvin's View of the Church in the Old TestamentJohn Calvin worked ceaselessly to recover old paths of sound doctrine and faithful pastoral care, implementing them in his 16th-century context. As he mined Scripture and church history for wisdom, his life and ministry became a template that has never lost its relevance for the Church.Dr. Richard Gamble taught us about John Calvin's understanding of the Church in the Old and New Testaments, how that shaped his life and ministry in Geneva, and how it can shape us as pastors today.Richard Gamble has served as Professor of Systematic Theology at Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Pittsburgh since 2005. He has served as a pastor and church planter for a number of churches and is currently a minister in the Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America. He is a past president of the Calvin Studies Society and has written and edited a tremendous number of books and articles on Calvin, as well as authoring the multi-volume systematic theology The Whole Counsel of God. He and his wife Janice have five daughters and four grandchildren.For more information on New Geneva Academy's pastoral training program visit our website: www.newgenevaacademy.comNGA email sign-up ★ Support this podcast ★

Purposeful Parenting
Shepherding Sheep/Raising Children

Purposeful Parenting

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 22:33


Have you ever compared parents to shepherds and children to sheep?  Check out the comparison in this episode.  Think...protect, provide, guide.

Soul Talks With Bill & Kristi Gaultiere
Leadership as Suffering—Yet, There is Joy in Jesus

Soul Talks With Bill & Kristi Gaultiere

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 20:34


In leadership we experience different kinds of suffering, including loneliness, opposition, and spiritual attacks. Shepherding others involves following Christ into his way of blessing and also his suffering. Yet our Risen Savior walks with us through our trials, comforting us with his empathy, presence, and purpose.Tune in to this episode of Soul Talks as Bill and Kristi unpack some of the challenges of leadership. You will be encouraged to find enduring joy even in painful times of leadership because you are not alone—you serve with Jesus and the God of all grace, and can find support from fellow soul shepherds who understand your suffering.Resources for this Episode:Soul Shepherding InstituteSoul Shepherding NetworkSr. Spiritual DirectorsSr. Coaching

Pastor Matters
Shepherding Families Who Experience a Miscarriage - EP84

Pastor Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 51:46


Join Ronjour and Brandon this week as they sit down with Dr. Jordon Willard (Senior Pastor of FBC Weddington) to discuss how pastors and church leaders can shepherd families who experience the tragedy of having a miscarriage. Learn more about the Center for Preaching and Pastoral Leadership by visiting www.pastorscenter.org/.

Comparing Notes
Shepherding through a Crisis

Comparing Notes

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 33:38


Glen is back, and the guys are tackling how to best shepherd through a crisis!

All Things True
Shepherding and the Preacher

All Things True

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 38:02


With preacher burnout on the rise how do we prevent it? It starts with Shepherds. Ministers already have a lot on their plate let's take shepherding off of it.

Good Shepherding
New Geneva Academy Shepherds Conference 2022: 1. Training Our Men | Pastor Stephen Baker

Good Shepherding

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 52:38


Audio from our 2022 Shepherds Conference: Old Paths. Session 1, "Training Our Men," by Pastor Stephen Baker.Pastors have trained pastors ever since the Apostle Paul trained Timothy, but in modern times the Church has outsourced much of this work to academic institutions loosely connected to the church. We need to recover older methods.Pastor Stephen Baker makes the case for a more personal and Church-centered approach to pastoral training from Scripture and history as he shows the damaging effects of a purely academic approach.Stephen Baker has served as the dean and lead instructor of New Geneva Academy since 2005. He has been an associate pastor of Trinity Reformed Church since 2003. Stephen is married to Sebra, and they have six sons and a gaggle of grandchildren.For more information on New Geneva Academy's pastoral training program visit our website: www.newgenevaacademy.comNGA email sign-up ★ Support this podcast ★

Integrity Moments
Shepherding Others Through Loss

Integrity Moments

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 1:00


Recently, a bereavement counselor called to check on me. It had been almost a month since my mother's passing.  My parents loved Jesus and longed to be with their Lord. I may miss them momentarily, like when I think about calling one of them, but otherwise I'm completely at peace.  Yet, when my father-in-law passed ... The post Shepherding Others Through Loss appeared first on Unconventional Business Network.

Talking Church
Mark & Pam Johnson | Caring For Your Congregation

Talking Church

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 32:19


Episode 37: Our Lead Care Pastors, Mark & Pam Johnson, sit down with us this week to discuss Pastoral Care. Pastors Mar & Pam balance Care ministry so well, and it can be challenging when dealing with the most difficult seasons in many lives. Here at River Valley, our Care pastors are not the only pastors who carry the weight of Care ministry. We are all called to care and minister to our congregation in moments of hardship, and to always know who your source is the only way to point people to who their source is. Mark & Pam break down their experiences, advice, and what their goals are when caring for individuals. This is a great resource for all pastors, as we will all continue to walk through tough seasons with people. Listen now and prepare to fill up a note page!

Bible Direction for Life
Shepherding a Child's Heart - Lesson 2

Bible Direction for Life

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 83:19


Bible Direction for Life is the sermon podcast of Westside Baptist Church in Bremerton, Washington. This sermon is entitled “Shepherding a Child's Heart - Lesson 2” and was preached by Peter Montoro on October 2, 2022. If you would like to learn more about Westside Baptist Church, please visit our Website: www.BibleDirectionForLife.com. Subscribe to the Podcast if you would like to hear new sermons and lessons each week.

Bible Direction for Life
Shepherding a Child's Heart - Lesson 3

Bible Direction for Life

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 79:54


Bible Direction for Life is the sermon podcast of Westside Baptist Church in Bremerton, Washington. This sermon is entitled “Shepherding a Child's Heart - Lesson 3” and was preached by Peter Montoro on October 9, 2022. If you would like to learn more about Westside Baptist Church, please visit our Website: www.BibleDirectionForLife.com. Subscribe to the Podcast if you would like to hear new sermons and lessons each week.

CCBC Sermons
Sheep Need Ongoing Shepherding

CCBC Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 74:25


Blake Boylston preached on Nehemiah 13 on October 9, 2022, at Chaffee Crossing Baptist Church in Barling, AR.

Sunday School
Tag Sunday School - Yahweh's Shepherding Care - Exodus 18:13-27

Sunday School

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 57:06


CCBC Sermons
Sheep Need Ongoing Shepherding

CCBC Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022


Blake Boylston preached on Nehemiah 13 on the morning of October 9, 2022 at Chaffee Crossing Baptist Church in Barling, AR.

The Living to Him Podcast
Shepherding Words (13) | Assailing the Ground of Oneness (1): the Genuine Ground of the Church According to the Teaching and Practice of the New Testament

The Living to Him Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 12:38


Finally, be empowered in the Lord and in the might of His strength. Put on the whole armor of God that you may be able to stand against the stratagems of the devil, For our wrestling is not against blood and flesh but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the world-rulers of this darkness, against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenlies. Therefore take up the whole armor of God that you may be able to withstand in the evil day, and having done all, to stand. Ephesians 6:10-13. As believers who love the Lord and who are standing for His testimony, we must not be ignorant of the schemes of God's enemy in his attacks on the church. In order to help educate and inoculate us against such attacks, the co-workers in North America have released a series of articles on ShepherdingWords.com, which expose the stratagems of the devil. This week, we have a narration of the article entitled “Assailing the Ground of Oneness (1): the Genuine Ground of the Church According to the Teaching and Practice of the New Testament,” originally published on October 26, 2020. There is much confusion and debate among Christians today about what the church is and how it should be practiced. This is despite the fact that the New Testament clearly portrays how the church was formed and practiced among the early believers. By claiming that such portrayals are merely descriptive rather than prescriptive, some have excused non-biblical bases of establishing churches and the practice of alternative “church” models. Some even go as far as attacking the genuine ground of the church and those who stand for it. Using numerous verses from the New Testament, this article clearly defines the church in its two aspects and the practice of the church based on locality. May the Lord supply us through this speaking and equip us to withstand in the evil day, and having done all, to stand. The original article can be found at: https://shepherdingwords.com/assailing-the-ground-of-oneness-1-the-genuine-ground-of-the-church-according-to-the-teaching-and-practice-of-the-new-testament/. The copyright for this material belongs to shepherdingwords.com and is used with permission.

Heritage Radio Network On Tour
Indigenous Shepherds and the Struggle for Food Sovereignty at Terra Madre

Heritage Radio Network On Tour

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 3:45


Umar Bashir Ochen is a young activist and member of the Karamojong tribe of Indigenous shepherds located in north-east Uganda. The Karamojong people face daily challenges including hunger caused by climate change, land grabbing, and a lack of food sovereignty. In conversation with Dylan Heuer, he talks about his culture and how it's been threatened over the course of his lifetime. He discusses the organizing efforts he has led to introduce agroecology practices, start a farmers' market, and create local, national, and even international connections. HRN is back "On Tour" thanks , in part, to the generous support of the Julia Child Foundation.HRN On Tour is powered by Simplecast.

Faith Radio Podcast from The Meeting House
Croft, Brian - Practical Shepherding

Faith Radio Podcast from The Meeting House

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 20:02


The Founder and Executive Director of the ministry Practical Shepherding, Brian Croft, who has a background in pastoral ministry, discussed the work of the ministry and the resources it has available.  You can learn more at practicalshepherding.com.

Bible Study on SermonAudio
Shepherding the Suffering Saints (1 Peter 5:1-4)

Bible Study on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 50:00


A new MP3 sermon from Community Bible Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Shepherding the Suffering Saints (1 Peter 5:1-4) Subtitle: 1 Peter Bible Study Speaker: Pastor Edward Caballero Broadcaster: Community Bible Church Event: Sunday School Date: 10/2/2022 Bible: 1 Peter 5:1-4 Length: 50 min.

Sermons from Fourth
Sincere Spiritual Shepherding

Sermons from Fourth

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2022 28:58


BBC Sermon Cast
Shepherding the Flock (1 Peter 5:1–5) - 1 Peter Exposition

BBC Sermon Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2022 46:09


As he begins to wrap up his first epistle, Peter writes words of exhortation to the shepherds (pastors or elders) of the various flocks in what is today Turkey. He does so with the theme of suffering still in his mind. In 5:1–5, he gives instructions to suffering shepherds who are overseeing the welfare of their suffering sheep. We will study these five verses under two major headings: 1. The Responsibility of Shepherds (vv. 1–4) 2. The Responsibility of Sheep (v. 5)

The Word for Everyday Disciples with Dave DeSelm

Each of us in the Body of Christ have been given a role to play so that together we can build up the Church, making it strong and mature. Those roles are:ApostleProphetEvangelistShepherdTeacher Each of us has a primary gift.  It's the one you are best at, most passionate about, and most refreshed by.  You might call this your “base ministry.”  But as followers of Jesus, we are not exempt from stepping into the other roles. For instance, my “base ministry” is Teacher, but there are times when I must step into a Shepherding role, caring for people in their hurt and need. I still need to be prepared to share the Good News of the gospel even though Evangelist is my weakest of the fivefold. We call that having to “phase.” In moving into this “phase,” you will not only serve others in the Body, but you will also grow in your understanding of that role and will further mature in it.        Moreover, as you phase into other areas, it will give you insight into your base ministry. I'm a far better Teacher because of those times I phased in the Shepherd role or the Evangelist role.In the online assessment, you may have had several gifts very close in score. Perhaps you came out high as a teacher and yet prophet or shepherd was very close. You might discover that you can “phase” far more easily into that gift and linger longer in using it before the grace runs out.   You may also find that your secondary gift can strongly affect the way your primary gift is used.  This adds to your unique contribution to the Body. One last thing.  As important as it is to identify what your gift is and commit to using it with competence, it's equally important to grow in your character. Character is who we are. Competency is what we do. As we function in our roles, it's important to continue to grow in our skill (competency) - becoming a better teacher, a more effective shepherd, a more skilled evangelist. Call these “Gifts of the Spirit.”Yet, as we grow in our competency, we dare not neglect also growing in our character.  One of the greatest ways that character can be assessed is in the “Fruit of the Spirit”: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. (Gal. 5:22)When a person demonstrates godly character, but they are lacking in their skills, you might say they are LIMITED in their Kingdom potential. Someone who is not characterized by the fruit of the Spirit and is not using the gifts of the Spirit would likely be IRRELEVANT – making little to no Kingdom impact. Sadly, a person who has a lot of skill but weak character can actually be DANGEROUS. They have the potential to cause great harm to others.  But, a person who is growing in both character and competency is UNLIMITED in their potential for Kingdom impact. Apostles, we need you to dream your dreams. Prophets, we need you to share your insights. Evangelists, we need you to lead our outreach. Shepherds, we need you to deepen our sense of family. Teachers, we need you to instruct us further in how to live. May God help us to lean into this as never before. And, as that happens, may the Kingdom further come on earth as it is in heaven.DIAGRAMSFree online Fivefold testText: Ephesians 4:7-16Originally recorded on April 10, 2016, at Fellowship Missionary Church, Fort Wayne, IN. 

Community Bible Church of Northern Westchester
1 Corinthians 9:1-18 (Eli Policarpio) "Shepherding God's Flock"

Community Bible Church of Northern Westchester

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 24:56


Inspirational and encouraging messages from Community Bible Church of Northern Westchester, New York. For more information about what kind of church we are, we invite you to visit our web site at www.communitybiblechurch.org

The CLB Forge Podcast
121 l The Discipleship and Shepherding of Women

The CLB Forge Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 55:26


Convention Session Gretchen Ronnevik From the sexual revolution, to debate over Biblical womanhood, women returning to the workplace, the homeschooling movement among Christians, to the #MeToo movement: inter-generational discipleship of women has become harder and disjointed, and distance is often created between women and their pastors. It often leads to either a workaholic participation in church, or complete disengagement. We'll talk about these various challenges to the goal: getting the gospel to women, and discipling them in sound doctrine.

Kevin Swanson on SermonAudio
The Job of a Pastor – Loving and Shepherding the Church

Kevin Swanson on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 35:00


A new MP3 sermon from Generations Radio is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: The Job of a Pastor – Loving and Shepherding the Church Speaker: Kevin Swanson Broadcaster: Generations Radio Event: Radio Broadcast Date: 9/21/2022 Length: 35 min.

ATTRA - Sustainable Agriculture
She's Raising Sheep: Minnesota Shepherd Janet McNally. Part 2

ATTRA - Sustainable Agriculture

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 61:47


Minnesota shepherd Janet McNally has learned from facing challenges. In fact, dealing with a wolf pack bent on her flock as a food source was one of the factors that led her to regenerative grazing. In this episode of Voices from the Field, NCAT Regenerative Grazing Specialist Linda Poole talks with Janet about her successes and challenges, including those wolves, along with parasites, drought, tornadoes, wildfires, and Minnesota's infamous winters.   ATTRA Resources: ·         Livestock and Pasture·         She's Raising Sheep. Janet McNally of Minnesota. Part 1 ·         She's Raising Sheep: Indiana's Denice Rackley ·         She's Raising Sheep: New Zealand Shepherd Bev Towbridge ·         She's Raising Sheep: Montana Shepherd Becky Weed ·         She's Raising Sheep: California Shepherd Lani Estill Outside Resources: ·         Tamarack Lamb and Wool ·         Graze ·         Grassfed Exchange 2014 – Janet McNally Contact Linda Poole via email at lindap@ncat.org. Please complete a brief survey to let us know your thoughts about the content of this podcast. You can get in touch with NCAT/ATTRA specialists and find access our trusted, practical sustainable-agriculture publications, webinars, videos, and other resources at ATTRA.NCAT.ORG. Learn about NCAT's other cutting-edge sustainable agriculture programs. Discovery MattersA collection of stories and insights on matters of discovery that advance life...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify

Generations Radio
The Job of a Pastor – Loving and Shepherding the Church

Generations Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 35:00


In this edition of Generations, Kevin Swanson interviews two pastors about what it means to be a pastor. They address the importance of accountability with other elders and love for the church, among other things.--This program includes---1. The World View in 5 Minutes with Adam McManus -Christian group to spend -40 million to turn out vote, Update on SEALs lawsuit against Pentagon's COVID-shot mandate, Apostasy charges dropped against four Sudanese Christians---2. Generations with Kevin Swanson

Leaving the Message
The Shepherding Movement

Leaving the Message

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 2:00


Bible Direction for Life
Shepherding a Child's Heart

Bible Direction for Life

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 72:54


Bible Direction for Life is the sermon podcast of Westside Baptist Church in Bremerton, Washington. This sermon is entitled “Shepherding a Child's Heart” and was preached by Pastor Peter Montoro on September 18, 2022. If you would like to learn more about Westside Baptist Church, please visit our Website: www.BibleDirectionForLife.com. Subscribe to the Podcast if you would like to hear new sermons and lessons each week.

Breaking Bread Podcast
Shepherding Our Child's Image of God

Breaking Bread Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 24:20


Youth is a time of life when all manner of ideals are being formed in a person: reasoning skills, social skills, character qualities, work ethic, and academics. And yet, greater than these is the formation of the image our kids will have of God. Their God image is the sum total of their beliefs and feelings about who God is. In this episode of Breaking Bread, Brian Sutter speaks to the importance of shepherding this important formation in our children. Why God Image is important? It is the lens through which you view life. Where does God Image come from? Experience Teaching Shepherding God Image in our kids: Tap their imagination. Share testimony. Model it in relationship. Be patient with their questions. Point them to the Scripture. Helps: The Jesus Story Bible by Sally Lloyd-Jones Children's Authors: by Max Lucado The Ology by Marty Machowski Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis Tiny Theologians Catechisms

The Prism Podcast
Looking at Shaping Influences in the Great Prism North America Read-a-Long

The Prism Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 26:29


Misty Newcomb is joined by Josh Spielmaker and Ben and Jessica Lagrone as they discuss the first four chapters of Shepherding a Child's Heart in the Great Prism North America Read Along. Join us by listening along to this rich discussion.

Azure Farm
Shepherding the Flock

Azure Farm

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 27:42


What is one of the most difficult jobs in America? Jared shares his thoughts and Annette shares what it is like to have a parent with that difficult job as well. About Us: Azure Farm is located just outside the tiny town of Adairsville, Georgia about an hour north of Atlanta. We moved out here and started our farm in pursuit of a more simple lifestyle. We wanted to get back to the basics. The rat race hustle and bustle was quickly replaced by a love for gardening, harvesting food, quiet evenings with the sounds of crickets, and sunny azure sky days. We hope sharing peeks into our daily lives can inspire you to live more of your life outdoors and to ultimately slow down. We are passionate that we all must slow down to really appreciate what matters in life. For our workshops and how-to series - LiveHomeGrown.com Apple Podcasts - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/azure-farm/id1463340821 Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/4eieYkvDungVAwkcHewo89?si=j0_fZgcQSZq2e3lHAGFP0Q Web - https://www.azurefarm.com Follow along on IG or TikTok - @azurefarm

The Living to Him Podcast
Shepherding Words (12) | A Harmonious Coordination between Generations to Advance God's Move

The Living to Him Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 13:46


Finally, be empowered in the Lord and in the might of His strength. Put on the whole armor of God that you may be able to stand against the stratagems of the devil, For our wrestling is not against blood and flesh but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the world-rulers of this darkness, against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenlies. Therefore take up the whole armor of God that you may be able to withstand in the evil day, and having done all, to stand. Ephesians 6:10-13. As believers who love the Lord and who are standing for His testimony, we must not be ignorant of the schemes of God's enemy in his attacks on the church. In order to help educate and inoculate us against such attacks, the co-workers in North America have released a series of articles on ShepherdingWords.com, which expose the stratagems of the devil. This week, we have a narration of the article entitled “A Harmonious Coordination between Generations to Advance God's Move,” originally published on October 28, 2021. Because God's move spans multiple generations, the precious lessons learned by one generation must be passed down to the next generation (Psa. 78:1-7; Deut. 4:9-10; 2 Tim. 2:1-2). Otherwise, these lessons will need to be repeated, thereby frustrating God's move. Realizing this, God's enemy Satan often sows distrust and enmity in order to cause a generational rift in the church. As ones caring for God's interest and move on the earth, we should on the one hand discern and reject this insidious tactic, and on the other hand honor and treasure such coordination between the generations. May the Lord supply us through this speaking and equip us to withstand in the evil day, and having done all, to stand. The original article can be found at: https://shepherdingwords.com/being-safeguarded-by-the-discernment-in-the-body/. The copyright for this material belongs to shepherdingwords.com and is used with permission.