Interested in joining others to build the Kingdom?

by BeckyD on September 18, 2013

What important principles do we need to embrace so that we can work together with others in the Body of Christ to reach and disciple more children (see John 13:34-35; Romans 12:3-5)?

  1. Uniqueness – Each of us is unique in our position in the Kingdom
  2. Diversity – Each of us is distinctly different from each other in our personalities, and giftings in ministry.
  3. Equality – Each of us is equally important though different.
  4. Unity – The Kingdom can never be built unless there’s unity amongst ourselves.
  5. Communication – Good communication is required for there to be a good understanding so that Kingdom instructions can be carried out correctly.
  6. Transparency – Transparency in communication in the Kingdom plays a vital role for effective partnership to take place.
  7. Trust – Each person in the Kingdom needs to have a level of trust with the other members of the Kingdom as without trust no effective work can be accomplished.
  8. Whole-hearted commitment – We are all called to serve the Lord with our whole heart so as to achieve or accomplish what He’s called us to together.
  9. Shared Vision – All share the same goal of building the Kingdom.
  10. Patience and Perseverance – To understand or carry out instructions well, patience and perseverance with each other is required.
  11. Forgiveness and reconciliation – There may be been times when errors are committed and forgiveness and reconciliation are required.

Who can you partner with in your part of the world? What could you accomplish together that you can’t accomplish alone?

Voahangy September 20, 2013 at 9:22 am

I totally agree with you and you have to pray for it because practise is not easy.
thank you, I think the eleven points are important and worthy of study point by point in prayer.

Mike October 22, 2013 at 8:59 pm

The children are where its all out. Bring them to Christ at a young age and you’ll build a better future for the world as they become leaders and adults.

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