Nehemiah: Care, Commitments & Community
Nehemiah 4:6, Amplified “So we built the wall, and all (of it) was joined together to half its height, for the people had a heart and mind to work.”
In this teaching you will learn how Nehemiah, an unselfish leader, was able to rally a people to rebuild the ruined walls of Jerusalem through the power of “Care, Commitment and Community.” These qualities are still vital today to build a strong apostolic community of Believers.
In this teaching you will learn:
- What is Commitment?
- Characteristics Sound Character
- Traits of a Committed People
- Enemies to Commitment
- Characteristics of Apostolic Commitment
Apostle Charlene Glover is the Visionary Leader of Trumpet of God Ministries & Training Center in Albany, GA. Trumpet of God…is a vibrant Christ-Centered, Cross-Focused apostolic ministry where faith, love and unity are foundational; the Truth of God’s word is uncompromised and the Kingdom of God is demonstrated. As an apostolic leader, Apostle Glover personifies the character of a leader who is full of the Spirit and wisdom, mantled with an “Issachar” anointing reformation.
As a Community Leader, she has received numerous awards, such as the 2008 Martin Luther King, Jr. Dream Award for outstanding leadership and community involvement, 2012 Special Congressional Recognition for outstanding achievement, Service and public distinction and the 2012 Albany Area Black Expo Woman of Virtue award. At the heart of ministry, she is a bridge-builder, reconciling man-to-God, man-to-himself and man-to-mankind.
Mending Hearts. Transforming Lives.