In a world where political savvy and charm often sway votes, we invite you to consider a higher standard for leadership—one rooted in trustworthiness, reverence, and integrity.
The narrative of Moses and Jethro from Exodus reveals the blueprint for delegating authority to those who lead not by self-interest, but by a fear of God and a rejection of corruption. As our church approaches its own elections, reflect on these biblical lessons to select leaders who embody these enduring virtues.
We urge our community to apply these scriptural guidelines to uplift our church and society. Embrace the call for leaders who are not just popular, but truly principled. Let’s ensure our choices resonate with wisdom that has stood the test of time.
Recorded February 11th, 2024
Message by Pastor Tim Ward
Scripture: Exodus 18: 13-27