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Leadership

Jonathan Herron

FOUNDING Pastor / TEACHING PASTOR

Jonathan is a graduate of ComedySportz, The Second City Training Center in Chicago, and holds a BA in Theater from Columbia College plus an MA in Christian Ministry from Ashland Theological Seminary.

He is a bestselling author, popular conference speaker, and Jon also coaches church leaders nationwide every week.

Married 21 years to his high school sweetheart Amber, together they are raising 5 amazing children, all through the gift of adoption.

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1 Timothy 3:1-7

An elder needs to be one who is without blame before others.
He should be one whose heart is for his wife alone and not another woman.

He should be recognized as one who is sensible, and well-behaved, and living a disciplined life. He should be a “spiritual shepherd” who has the gift of teaching, and is known for his hospitality.

He cannot be a drunkard, or someone who lashes out at others, or argumentative, or someone who simply craves more money, but instead, recognized by his gentleness.  His heart should be set on guiding his household with wisdom and dignity; bringing up his children to worship with devotion and purity.

For if he’s unable to properly lead his own household well, how could he properly lead God’s household?  He should not be a new disciple who would be vulnerable to living in the clouds of conceit and fall into pride, making him easy prey for Satan.

He should be respected by those who are unbelievers, having a beautiful testimony among them so that he will not fall into the traps of Satan and be disgraced.

1 Timothy 3:8-13

In the same way the deacons must be those who are pure and true to their word, not addicted to wine, or with greedy eyes on the contributions.
Instead, they must faithfully embrace the mysteries of faith while keeping a clean conscience.

And each of them must be found trustworthy according to these standards before they are given the responsibility to minister as servant-leaders without blame.  And the women also who serve the church should be dignified, faithful in all things, having their thoughts set on truth, and not known as those who gossip.

A deacon’s heart must be toward his spouse alone, leading his children and household with excellence.  For those who serve in this way will obtain an honorable reputation for themselves and a greater right to speak boldly in the faith that comes from the anointing of Jesus!

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