2) When the Prophets Fight the Priests
One common fault line in Christian leadership can develop between those who “speak from God,” (prophets) those who have more of a heart to care for the people (priests). Some thoughts on how to identify and minimise the tensions.
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JOSIAH MEYER, B.A., M.A. is a speaker, author and teacher based in Quebec, Canada. Josiah identifies as both “Reformed & Mennonite,” and seeks to meld the best of the two traditions together. On his blog and podcast, he seeks to “create a mature and stable Christian worldview,” (Ephesians 4:14): in his sermons, he tries to speak the answers of Scriptures into the aching questions of our age. View all posts by Josiah
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