To equip the saints for the work of ministry, for building up the body of Christ – Ephesians 4:12
The culture has shifted from pursuing excellence to pursuing authenticity—or what’s real. Being fake is not a way to gain a person’s trust. We live in a world where people can discern who is real and who is fake. If you flip on your television, you can find over 200 reality TV shows. The culture wants everything from people to clothing to be real, true, and honest. Brands in business are trying to be more and more personal like humans (looking for authenticity). Pastor Mark looks into what this means for leaders in any area of the culture.
What are areas in your life that lack authenticity? How can you be more real with others?
What does authenticity mean for preachers and pastors when writing sermons?
What does authenticity mean for business leaders producing big commercials and campaigns?
How do you lead by pursuing excellence or authenticity?