Cracking the Code of 21st Century Ministry Episode 12 — Reactivate Spiritual Dependency

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Cracking the Code of 21st Century Ministry

Episode 12 — Reactivate Spiritual Dependency

Are you listening to the Holy Spirit’s leading on all aspects of ministry?

As pastors, we know when we are lead by the Holy Spirit in our ministry sinners are set free, marriages are restored, and disciples are made.

But leading a church is also leading a business. That’s a good thing unless it means that the bottom line begins to guide how we do the ministry rather than listening first to how the Holy Spirit wants us to approach these business decisions.

This week we’re talking to Kurtis Parks, a church planter with a unique vision to teach the good news through music by fusing story and scripture with song. From a young age, Kurtis set out with a guiding value that he and his wife Sarah still keep in focus today: to intentionally pursue a Spirit-led life. His Spirit-dependence has led him to big stages like American Idol, his previous role as Worship Director for Mark Batterson’s National Community Church, his successful career as a singer-songwriter, and now his church, Bridges Nashville.

We’ll discuss how to keep the business of ministry and life dependent on the Holy Spirit to stay connected to the one who called you into ministry.

This episode is all about reactivating Spirit dependence:

  • Discover how to cultivate holistic life rhythms
  • Learn how to form transformational prayer habits
  • Find ways to tune your ear to God’s voice


Featured Guest — KURTIS PARKS, Lead Pastor of Bridges Church in Nashville, TN



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“I have given them the glory that you gave me, that they may be one as we are one—I in them and you in me—so that they may be brought to complete unity. Then the world will know that you sent me and have loved them even as you have loved me.”
John 17:22-23

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