I think you would agree that having vision, or a preferred future, in and for ministry is vital to your overall success. If you need corrective lenses, as I do, then you know the importance of clear vision.
For example, when you’re up in the middle of the night and decide to forego your glasses, you know how easy it is to have an “uh-oh!” You recover from your stubbed toe and think to yourself, “that piece of furniture never seemed to be in the way before.”
It can sort of feel like that right now in ministry. With all the questions still unanswered about COVID-19, there are days when we can feel like we’re fumbling around even though we are serving people the best we can.
As a part of our new Job Connection Training Series, I would like to share a short 3-minute excerpt from my video interview with Anne Rand of the Willow Creek Care Center in the Chicagoland area. It will bring hope and encouragement to you in your career ministry efforts.
The perspective Anne brings is a timely reminder that what you and your team do to serve the unemployed and those in career transition is invaluable.
While your vision for ministry may look different right now, you are making God’s word, wisdom, and practical opportunities real to people!
Keep rockin’, and let us know how we can help!
The Job Connection
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