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  1. AN EXCHANGED LIFE  (Galatians 2:20-21)
    • Exchange= act of giving or taking of one thing for another thing (to trade).
    • We can’t have one foot in the church and another in the world; we must choose to trade our old life for what God wants for us.
  2. AN EXPENSIVE LIFE  (Philippians 3:8)
    • There is a great price we must pay to live for Christ.
    • We have to be willing to let go of our wants and desires and ask God what He wants and desires for us.
    • God sacrificed His son but yet we aren’t willing to let go of the simplest of things.
  3. AN EXCITING LIFE (2 Corinthians 11:15-23)
    • coming to Christ will give you a sense of freedom that you have never felt before which is exciting within itself.
  4. AN EXPLICIT LIFE  (Philippians 3
    • you will reflect a clear and complete example of where you stand; leaving no doubt in someones mind where you stand.
    • when you don’t stand for something you will fall for anything.
  5. AN EXEMPLARY LIFE (Philippians 4:9)
    • you listen, receive and DO ALL that God’s asks and has called you to do.
    • you show a life that is good and worth following.

When we as Christians follow these steps we can have a great foundation as we lead others. We need to have lives that are worth following. Not that we must live a life of perfection or mistake free, but that we live a life that reflects God’s word and not allow a door for the enemy to walk through. Being in Leadership is a calling, but always remember God doesn’t call the equipped, He equips the called!!!

About Bill Jenkins

Bill Jenkins is a senior Pastor who has served in full time ministry for over 27 years, renowned conference, life coach and an award winning author. He has been recognized by the Mayor of Indianapolis as a community service leader and by the Minority Business Men as a “Man of Distinction”. He has been featured in Charisma magazine on Trinity Broadcasting Network as well as many other media sources. He is passionate about his work and desires to bring hope and encouragement to those he comes in contact with.

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