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Episode 262: Changing the Dialogue About Bivocational Ministry

Bivocational ministry is not about doing two things poorly. It’s about leveraging all your life into one calling. 

In Episode 262 of the NewChurches Q&A Podcast, Daniel and Todd discuss the value of bivocational ministry. Here’s James with today’s question: 

How can we change the dialogue about bivocational ministry? How do we, as bivocational ministers, within the areas we live in our communities, help other ministers and churches change their perception of bivocational ministry from failure into something that is legitamte and God-honoring to reach the culture and the lost? 

In this episode, you’ll discover:

  • How to shape a church culture that values bivocational ministry. 
  • How all believers are called to some form of bivocational ministry. 

Shareable Quotes (#NewChurches):

  • “Bivocational ministry is not about doing two things poorly. It’s about leveraging all your life into one calling.”
  • “God has first and foremost called every single one of us to Himself. Our calling is not as a pastor, but as a beloved child of God to know, love, and serve Him.”@danielsangi
  • “A lot of times we forget that all have been called and all have been sent to minister.”–@ToddAdkins
  • “You’re not called and commissioned to attend a service once a week. You’re called to make disciples.”–@ToddAdkins

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