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“God, I want to be your hands and feet.”

This is a very common prayer for Christians. We want God to use us to do good works for Him. If you are serious about your prayer life then you have probably prayed something similar. We sincerely want to be His hands and feet. To help the people around us and do good whenever possible. Continue reading


Dont Give UpNo matter what life has thrown at you, no matter where you live and where you’ve been, no matter how you feel about yourself, no matter who has said what about you, no matter why you clicked on a link that brought you here…

Your life is a ministry. Or in other words, you are one that serves. Continue reading


The CallA dozen ministry leaders from various churches were sitting in an expensive restaurant. They had gathered to dine and decide who would be the keynote speaker at an upcoming Dynamic Leadership Conference.

After discussing the size of their congregations and various ministry accomplishments there was quite a bit of tension because some desperately wanted their own time in the spotlight. Suddenly all of their cell phones rang at the same time.

None of their phones showed the incoming phone number, all it said on their screens was “I Am”. After looking at each other, the minister of the smallest church nervously answered the call, changed his phone to speaker mode and laid it on the table.

The voice of a stranger though somewhat familiar to a few of them said “in the world’s systems, those in power set themselves up over the powerless. It should not be that way with you. I will send a humble child who knows my heart to be the keynote speaker. You who are listening to my voice will clean the convention center after the crowd leaves.

Because, I oppose the proud but I give grace to the humble.”

Questions For Consideration

1. Have you ever let your ego get in the way of what is most important?

2. What are some ways to overcome our natural desire to be in charge?

3. If humility was a top priority in the church, what difference would that make in our relationship with society?

Written by Tom Wise. Copyright Finding Wonder 2013