Motivation for Pastors: How to Sustain Church Community

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Quotes & Ideas on How to Sustain Church Community

Motivation for Pastors: How to Sustain Church Community

Quotes About How to Sustain Church Community

Church is centered on building a community. ~ Glenn C. Stewart

Church is centered on building a community.
~ Glenn C. Stewart

Each of us needs to ask the Spirit of God to help us overcome our selfish desires. That means continuously overcoming self-oriented habits and learning to see ourselves not as “one solitary Christian” but as members of a community of faith.

Each of us needs to ask the Spirit of God to help us overcome our selfish desires. That means continuously overcoming self-oriented habits and learning to see ourselves not as “one solitary Christian” but as members of a community of faith.
~ Glenn C. Stewart

The best place to see biblical community is the first New Testament church in the second chapter of Acts. ~ Glenn C. Stewart

The best place to see biblical community is the first New Testament church in the second chapter of Acts.
~ Glenn C. Stewart

Open homes help produce open hearts.

Open homes help produce open hearts.
~ Glenn C. Stewart

Love in action is a magnet that draws people to Christ.

Love in action is a magnet that draws people to Christ.
~ Glenn C. Stewart

Community is the biblical means of building relationships, stimulating spiritual growth, and providing loving personal care.

Community is the biblical means of building relationships, stimulating spiritual growth, and providing loving personal care.
~ Glenn C. Stewart

 The concept of community is rooted in the person of God who is the triune community of love.

The concept of community is rooted in the person of God who is the triune community of love.
~ Glenn C. Stewart

Certain core attitudes make for an enjoyable community experience.

Certain core attitudes make for an enjoyable community experience.
~ Glenn C. Stewart

A gentle person is one whose emotions are under control.

A gentle person is one whose emotions are under control.
~ Glenn C. Stewart

Tolerance pictures restraint under provocation and includes liberal allowance for the faults and failures of others.

Tolerance pictures restraint under provocation and includes liberal allowance for the faults and failures of others.
~ Glenn C. Stewart


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Glenn C. StewartPastor & Church Coach
Glenn C. Stewart has forty years of experience leading churches, planting a church, and developing leaders. He has served as an adjunct professor of theology and leadership at the Orlando campus of Palm Beach Atlantic University, and as the chairman of the board of a Christian college and seminary. Along with his degrees in Bible and theology he has a master’s degree in organizational leadership. Glenn has a heart for serving pastors and being a spiritual mentor.
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