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Christian Leadership and God’s Abundance

The church lives in between a faith that God provides and a concern that we must live realistically in today’s world. The tendency is to either rely on Godly miracles even when the bills can’t be paid, or act as though we are ultimately responsible for the church. What we are really called to is the middle way: to exercise our responsibility in the recognition that God will have the final say. In bad economic times, says Rev. Janice Virtue in a keynote address, we need to revisit the biblical teaching on God’s abundance, take on our mantles of leadership, and show the world another way that begins and ends in God’s abundance.



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