Galatians 3 contrasts the Law and the Spirit. But, who is Paul in this chapter, especially as a leader?
In this episode, we’ll help you see what we see as Paul’s strengths for disciple-making.
Focus on You
But, first, let’s focus on you. Leaders need to be self-aware. Leaders need to know “What makes you, you?” “Where might you need to partner with other leaders to get things done?” You’re invited to consider these questions as we explore Paul’s leadership in Galatians 3.
Strengths are the ability to consistently provide near-perfect performance in a specific activity.
Talents are naturally recurring patterns of thought, feeling, or behavior that can be productively applied.
Below, you’ll find previous episodes of LeaderCast exploring the meaning behind HOPE as a Disciple-Making Process. (Please be kind, these were our first episodes. We’ve learned a lot in a year!)
- Hospitality – reaching out and receiving new people
- Offering Christ – Invite people to claim and share their faith story, commit their lives to God through baptism by water and the Spirit, and profess their faith in Jesus Christ.
- Practice – Grow as followers of Jesus through worship, the sacraments, and practicing the spiritual disciplines.
- Engage – Share God’s love in service with others through acts of compassion.
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