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The Necessity for Change by Terry Quinn
In Ecclesiastes we read that there is a season and a time for every matter and purpose under Heaven. For the Church, this scriptural statement is specifically profound. As we continue to move forward in this new Millennium, it is vital that those who are appointed to lead are at the forefront of pioneering change.
In God, change should reveal itself daily particularly in the lives of leaders. If we live by the Spirit, let us also walk by the Spirit (Galatians 5:25)
The Church desperately needs to be educated in the realm of finance. It is vital for growth, progression and for the stability of the next generation. We as leaders have a responsibility to teach all of those who have not been taught at home, in school or in the workplace. I exhort all of those who have been appointed to the platform of leadership to forge the way in motivating our people to rise up, grow up and help transform and change the course of the financial future of the 21st Century Church.
Terry Quinn is a financial coach. You can find out more about his ministry Practical Prosperity at www.practicalprosperity.co.uk
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