AblazeUK 2010: Tuesday Morning Seminar 1


Tuesday morning at AblazeUK 2010 was all about 2 things: seminars and rain (lots of it!).

His Rule, His Reign in the Marketplace

Julie Andrews, the National Women's Leader gave a seminar this morning on His Rule, His Reign in the Marketplace. Julie stressed that all of us are in full time ministry, not just the pastors. God has something for each one of us to be and do. The enemy would try to tell us that there are only a few in each generation that are truly significant, but we must remember that we are significant, not in ourselves, but in who we are in Christ.

There isn't supposed to be a sacred/secular divide. Rather, we should be the church scattered as well as the church gathered. As Spurgeon said, 'Every Christian is a missionary or an imposter.'

Kingdom work isn't about numbers in our churches or notching up converts. We should be helping because that's what God calls us to do.

We need to be the church on Monday morning. The exciting stuff is great, but there were thousands of days when David didn't kill Goliath. BlogBooster-The most productive way for mobile blogging. BlogBooster is a multi-service blog editor for iPhone, Android, WebOs and your desktop

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