Ephesians is a book dedicated to the what now? question. How do we walk out what the gospel truly means for us as Christ followers? I’ve had a great three days at the CESA Schools Symposium in Texas learning from and sharing ideas with other Christian school leaders. I’m always so encouraged by these times and reminded of what a precious calling it is to point students, faculty, staff, and families to Jesus.
The theme this year for the conference is Impact Players. Our culture would say that the impact players are the ones who have loudly collected the most wins and accomplished the things this world counts as success. The gospel turns that paradigm on its head and points us to servant leadership marked with humility and gentleness. Ephesians 4 tells us how to walk and how to be in unity with the “one anothers” God has placed in our lives.
Grateful for the fact that God doesn’t save us and expect us to figure it out. He gave us the gift of the Bible to direct our steps.