UPPERROOM: The Easiest Downfall for Those of Us Who Serve in Ministry

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  • Josh Kluge

 

 

It’s so easy to get caught up in the busyness of ministry no matter our roles and completely miss Jesus.

 

Be honest, are you so busy doing for Jesus & missing simply being with Jesus?

This is such a common thing for those who serve in ministry to fall into.

Our friends from UPPERROOM know what that is like and because of it have been cultivating a culture that fights directly against that very thing.

They are seeing some absolutely beautiful things take place in their culture simply by implementing elements into their community that scripture has led them to.  

We know what they’ve done can bring the same thing to your life and your community too.

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