Good Company

“And the things you have heard me say in the presence of many witnesses entrust to reliable men who will also be qualified to teach others.” (2 Tim. 2:2)

Scripture provides numerous examples of discipleship, because every generation thinks and responds differently to the information handed to them. Yet the key is to entrust God’s Truth to reliable men and women who will show themselves to be faithful. Just think for a moment about the process involved in teaching some of God’s most notable leaders how to walk in wisdom and integrity.

*Adam and Eve walking with God in the Garden of Eden,
*Abraham and Lot recovering from Sodom and Gomorrah,
*Jethro and Moses administrating in the wilderness,
*Samuel and David processing a leadership shift,
*Peter, James and John receiving the outpouring of the Holy Spirit,
*Paul and Timothy planting churches across a new frontier.

The RevivalHut Network:

This is the goal of spiritual leadership… to become a network of reliable men and women advancing the Kingdom of God. We want to impart, train and model Truth for the next great move of God! We find ourselves in good company, pulled in by our convictions about God and our call to the Great Commission. Although the vision is to disciple nations, the Bible gives no direct program of how leaders are to be developed. The reason for this is that the Holy Spirit is more concerned about heart transformation and renewed minds, than the structure of our program. I believe there is a freedom available in the heart of God, as long as it does not violate Scripture. In our Apostolic Training Centers, ministries have the freedom to design a training program that is “most effective” for its leaders. The structure may look different from place to place, but training takes place when hearts are united with God’s vision for spiritual growth.

The RevivalHut Team understands this Truth – Grace is God’s ability operating through human instruments.

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