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Episode 429: Discerning the Lord's Leading

In Episode 429 of the NewChurches Q&A Podcast, Daniel and Ed discuss discerning your preferences from the Lord’s leading.

In This Episode, You’ll Discover:

  • What causes most pastors to be driven
  • The importance of an ongoing relationship with the Lord

Shareable Quotes (#NewChurches):

  • “Realize you can’t separate those things until the other side of eternity.” – @edstetzer
  • “It’s so easy to entwine what our preferences are and speak that back onto God and say God has led us this way.” – @danielsangi
  • “Megachurch pastors are often 3s or 8s and it’s interesting to think about that and the drivenness of 3s and 8s.” – @danielsangi
  • “Are you continuing to place yourself under the Word of the Lord?” – @danielsangi
  • “One of the most important things that we need to do on an ongoing basis is making sure we have set aside time to connect with the Lord.” – @danielsangi
  • “What are you doing to make sure you are connecting to God on a regular basis?” – @danielsangi
  • “Knowing that helps you to say less of me, more of him consistently.” – @edstetzer

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