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We need to see prototype churches built that will be models for the 21st century. These churches will have strong apostolic leadership. They will also have strong prophetic, teaching, pastoral, and evangelistic gifts. They will be fully functional churches. They will come behind in no gift (1 Corinthians 1:7). This will result from leaders making the necessary shift and transition into apostolic ministry. This will position the Church to receive the new wine that God is pouring into the new wineskins that are being created around the world.
He used the weapons that were comfortable for him, and he killed Goliath. There are too many leaders trying to be what religion and tradition says they should be. They are trying to fit in a mold that they are not created for. The apostolic leaders that are coming forth will not be identified by their association to a particular group or denomination. Paul was not a part of the twelve. His call to apostleship was not based on their approval or knowledge. When he finally met James, Peter, and John, they recognized his apostolic call and extended to him the right hand of fellowship (Galatians 2:7-9).
Models and structures can become obsolete. Organizations can become obsolete. When something becomes obsolete it is no longer relevant. We are living in a world of change. The Church will not become obsolete in a changing world. God will upgrade our methods, structure, and models to be able to impact our world. This change for many may seem like a quantum jump. This is a sudden and significant change, advance, or increase. The shift from a pastoral to an apostolic role is a significant jump. However, by the grace of God we can make the transition.
A Shift in Leadership by John Eckhardt