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Preparing volunteers’ hearts for the conference


You must have; love, sacrifice, and willingness to obey 


Having Jesus’ heart


Out of all four gospel accounts (Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John) there is only one place where Jesus tells us about his own heart. 


28 Come to me, all who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. 29 Take my yoke upon you, and learn from me, for I am gentle and lowly in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. 30 For my yoke is easy, and my burden is light.”

 (Matthew 11:28-30)


Gentle. Jesus is the most understanding person. He gives rest to those who come to Him, they get to experience His peace. He doesn’t point fingers, instead he stands with open arms.


Lowly. Jesus is approachable, accessible! No one has ever been or will be more approachable than Jesus Christ. There’s no prerequisite, He invites those who are weary and burdened.


This is the heart of Christ. He is Tender. Open. Welcoming. Accommodating. Understanding. Willing. 



Bible Reading Chart


The bible is more than just a book, it is living and active! God actively speaks to us through his text, some postures to keep in mind when reading the bible is to read with humility and devotion. Do not lean on just your own understanding, seek God’s presence as you read. Go over the passage multiple times if you have to, it is worth taking the time to do so. Read and share to your communities, this is how we encourage one another and draw each other closer to Christ. Finally, read as stewards. Your reading shouldn’t end at only you but with sanctification by God’s grace, it should lead to stewardship. Pray for the Holy Spirit to guide you and speak to you through His word.


  • Read with Humility

  • Read Devotedly

  • Read in Community

  • Read as Stewards




 

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