Whatever you find to do with your hands, do it with all your might, for in Sheol, where you are going, there is no work or planning or knowledge or wisdom. Ecclesiastes 9:10
Yes. I am a wife, mother, grandmother, sister, auntie, retired educator, ordained minister, Evangelist, Christian Educator, and care giver…but I am endeared to the title of “Nana.” ” That title makes me smile because it denotes nurturing with love. And in this season, I am now awake to the title of Servant Leader as a part of God’s kingdom,” speaks Rev. Bulluck.
While the Bible tells us that ministers must serve, not knowing who we are to serve, can limit our ministry. Ministry is leadership that serves the needs of others. If we serve those who have no need of a physician, we fall short and miss our purpose.
For he that is called in the Lord, being a servant, is the Lord’s freeman: likewise also he that is called, being free, is Christ’s servant. I Corinthians 7:22
“We are stronger together. What we care not able to lift as one, together we can have the victory as a team, as a ministry, as a family, as part of the kingdom of God.”
I have a story to tell like any other person; but sometimes it is more important to say it through work ethics. Jesus said, “Feed my sheep. Feed my lambs.” I ask Him to show me with what. He amazes you by showing you that the little you have can mean much. Teaching the Gospel is action in “Word and Deeds.”