Unlocked: From Isolation

Hidden right at the end of 1 Chronicles 16 are 12 little words that have the power to change our lives and leadership.

As King David returns the Ark of the Covenant, he walks among the people in the tent assigning leadership roles. He chose some to lead worship. Others were called to play drums or trumpets. Still other men were assigned as security guards. And as David selected others, these powerful words are written, “with the job description: ‘Give thanks to God, for His love never quits!’” (MSG)
 
What if we as pastors’ wives and women in ministry – no matter our various roles – were to fully live out the job description: Give thanks to God, for His love never quits?
 
Are you a women’s ministry director? Your job description is: Give thanks to God, for His love never quits.
A worship leader? Your job description is: Give thanks to God, for His love never quits.
A student pastor’s wife? Your job description is: Give thanks to God, for His love never quits.
A children’s pastor? Your job description is: Give thanks to God, for His love never quits.
A church planter? Your job description is: Give thanks to God, for His love never quits.
A senior pastor’s wife? Your job description is: Give thanks to God, for His love never quits.
 
 
But there are many struggles and challenges that keep us locked up from fully living out that job description. Join us as we launch into a new series called Unlocked as we get unlocked from isolation, fear, hurt, self-doubt, uncertainty, and more so we can live out the job description: Give thanks to God, for His love never quits.
 
 

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