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It’s very important in any organization for leaders to be unified. The Bible talks about the sweetness of brothers dwelling in unity (Ps 133:1) and Jesus also prays for future unity in the body of believers (John 17:20). Unity is the result of trust and like trust, unity is gained slowly, but lost quickly. In this segment, Pastor Mark explores what it means to have unity in 5 different areas of leadership: theological, relational, philosophical, missiological, and organizational.

 

Questions

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What does it mean to have unity in your organization?

In what area(s) (theological, relational, philosophical, missiological, or organizational) is your organization lacking unity?

Is there a person in leadership who isn’t on board with a certain area of unity that the organization needs to have?

 

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It’s very important in any organization for leaders to be unified. The Bible talks about the sweetness of brothers dwelling in unity (Ps 133:1) and Jesus also prays for future unity in the body of believers (John 17:20). Unity is the result of trust and like trust, unity is gained slowly, but lost quickly. In this segment, Pastor Mark explores what it means to have unity in 5 different areas of leadership: theological, relational, philosophical, missiological, and organizational.

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