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Let me clarify something…you don’t need a room full of “yes-men”, but you need a room full of people that love you and the vision enough to keep it real all the time. Hear my heart – your leaders should be diverse in every way (race, sex, age, economics, culture, etc.) but they CANNOT waiver on the vision. I can take my ad entitled “Looking for Love” off of craigslist now. According to women lose 90% of their eggs by age 30. His last girlfriend cheated on him and my last real boyfriend cheated on me but I feel like in a way... I trust him with all of my heart and don't let my past mess up my future and present.I came to the realization that I loved him a few months ago but I don't throw those words around.
In the past, both of us have had our hearts broken.
We also never really do anything together by ourselves.
Daily a church planter or pastor asks me for advice on starting a church, building a church, taking a church through transitions, etc. Surround yourself, first and foremost, with people that believe in you AND believe in your vision. In the name of wanting diverse perspectives, I regularly surrounded myself with people that didn’t believe in the core ideas of the vision I had. I honestly think that pastors are making a HUGE mistake when the only thing they know how to do is be a pastor. It will make you a better pastor and it will make you a better person after you a pastor. If I had this to do all over again, I’d start off with the church in my heart and mind from day one instead of asking people to make the understandably difficult shift back to it 3 months or 3 years after we start.
So, the things that I’ll share reflect the context of a mother of three small children.
Sometimes there are unwritten expectations that the pastor’s wife will be a Bible study leader, the church pianist, and a great soloist all rolled into one package–oh, and she pulls this off with the kid’s hair and clothing looking perfect at all times!