First published on this website in August 2011 and last updated in July 2013
The article first sets the scene by considering our duty to God to be reliable disciples. He is utterly true in all he promises - to be godly we need to be reflect his character.
It then takes as illustration a range of practical applications:
- for churches - being true to all that is claimed
- for Christian administrators - in the church office, delivering on time, attending to detail, etc.
- for Christian leaders - seeking out other leaders, keeping confidences, learning to say 'no'.
There is also a personal checklist for use by anyone covering delivery, diary, time-keeping, recall, confidences, deskwork, finances, prayer, planning and life. The article concludes with a group exercise so that it can be used as a discussion starter as well as for individual study.
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