The Spirit Lead Teacher – Part 7

The Spirit is a safe guide, one whom can always be trusted. The voice of wisdom and the voice of God is always the same thing. Our helper the Holy Spirit will lead us to all truth and will never disagree with the voice of wisdom or God’s Words! One of my favorite verses is Proverbs 3:5 & 6 it tells us “Trust in the LORD with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make your paths straight.

I am so glad we have a helper to lead us to be the leaders and teachers we need to be. Listen to your guide, your helper is right beside you Listen to Him, Learn from Him, do what He says. You are not alone in the awesome task of teaching and training children to be fully devoted follows of the Christ not just for now but also forever. Every list of ways to make changes starts with desiring what God is speaking to you. Desire to be led by the Spirit like never before. Model this to those who serve with you. One of the best ways to encourage a certain kind of behavior in others is to be an example of that behavior and model it yourselves. Jesus modeled the Spirit-led life he never ministered the same way to each person, He was led my God’s spirit we can be to. It’s good news to know that same Spirit that led Jesus, the same Spirit that empowered him and raised Him from the dead, lives and empowers us today? That’s God for our helper!

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Jim Wideman is an internationally recognized voice in children’s and family ministry. He is a much sought after speaker, teacher, author, personal leadership coach, and ministry consultant who has over 30 years experience in helping churches thrive. Jim created the Children’s Ministers Leadership Club in 1995 that is known today as "theClub" which has touched thousands of ministry leaders each month. Jim believes his marching orders are to spend the rest of his life taking what he has learn about leadership and ministry and pour it into the next generation of children’s, youth, and family ministry leaders.