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A Greater Passion takes a Greater Patience

One of the things I have learned is that a greater passion for the work of God takes a greater patience with the Processes of God. It’s a bit like building a great bridge – it can’t be accomplished in one day, or several.  It can take years and sometimes the builders get anxious to [...]

By |August 12th, 2016|Apostolic|0 Comments

Building Bridges Requires a Structural Engineer

Part 4 of Bridging to your Destiny: The Structural Engineer Jesus told Peter,  “Upon this rock I will build my Church.” He commissioned Peter and gave strategies to the apostles to go forth and build His Church. Apostolic Leaders are builders. When I wrote about the Architect/Masterbuilder in Part 3 of Bridging to your Destiny, [...]

By |July 7th, 2016|Apostolic, Leadership|0 Comments

Bridging to Our Destiny, Part 3 – The Architect

A rchitects are indispensable to build anything of significance. Every major bridge project requires an architect. The greater the bridge, the greater the expertise and experience needed to design it. However, even a little bridge over a stream needs someone with an eye to design the right support structure, decide on building materials, where [...]

By |April 14th, 2016|Apostolic|0 Comments

Bridging to Our Destiny – Part 2

S tart with a Survey – To Receive your Inheritance! Joshuatold the leaders: “Pick out from among you three men for each tribe, and I will send them; they shall rise and go through the land, survey itaccording to their inheritance, and come back to me” (Jos.18:4). God brought the Israelites to the Promised Land. [...]

By |February 5th, 2016|Apostolic|0 Comments

Bridge Builders Stay Alert!

I nfluential Leaders are Bridge Builders who have learned the importance of staying alert, obeying the one in charge and following the safety manual. I learned this the hard way while working on the construction of the Verrazano Narrows Bridge that spanned the Hudson River from New York to New Jersey. It was the longest suspension bridge in [...]

By |December 7th, 2015|Apostolic|0 Comments