We shouldn’t need to be told to think biblically, yet we sometimes fail to do so. In the busyness of life and ministry, “close to right” thinking or, even worse, flat out lies can seep in. We may then start to make decisions based on emotions, traditions, organizations, politics, etc. rather than the Word of God. Pastors must think biblically and teach their flock how to think biblically because in this way, minds are transformed. Learn more in this week’s video, and head over to the Paradigm One blog to read more about biblical thinking.
Jesus as Lead Pastor: Biblical Thinking
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