Secular vs. Sacred Leadership

I saw this on my friend’s (and Pastor) blog and I thought it very informative.


This myth is based on the belief that the ‘spiritual’ aspects of life is of more interest to God than the ‘secular’, and that following God’s call means leaving the ‘secular’ realm and working in a ‘spiritual’ setting. One problem with this view is it results in a 2-tier Christianity: the experts, the elite (those with a ‘higher calling’, people in ‘ministry’), and everyone else, for whom the expectations are low except that they support the work of those in ministry. And of course, this distinction is not biblical. For more please visit


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