As we continue to reflect on the kind of leaders in general, and elders in particular, we want at Creekstone, we would be remiss to overlook this primary qualification: weakness.
From Spurgeon’s “Morning and Evening,” November 4.
2 Corinthians 12:9, “For my strength is made perfect in weakness.”
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