Many Christian pastors, leaders, and plain jane believers find themselves often having to defend their belief systems, leadership strategies and models, and in some cases their personal conversion narrative. In II Corinthians 9-12 we find Paul doing just that regarding his authority as an apostle and church leader. How does his defense narrative reflect the issues of accountability, deception, and doctrinal authority in today's church? How do we deal with the internal conflicts of leadership like depression, self abasement, and other issues. How do we deal with some of the obvious foolishness and deception among some of today's clergy? Join Pastor Neal for this discussion and others on Zera Today.
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