Dr. James Brewton has described in detail here a process or progression in spiritual maturity, from salvation to discipleship to leadership. Anyone who has ever served on a sports team, a corporate team, or in the military, knows that teamwork requires discipline, focused effort, humility, honor, respect for authority and character development. It is no different in living life as a Christian. It’s time to become the army of God and the bride of Christ, not just the body of Christ. Make yourself ready Church. You are God’s answer and solution and wisdom to the world’s woes. It’s time to shine even brighter as the darkness increases. It’s not too late Church! Both the world and the Kingdom of God need and deserve your best. Jesus set the example, and modeled transformation for us. He purchased our freedom and redemption and victory and inheritance with His own blood, and His own life. He gave His best; we can do no less. The Church is God’s only plan for the earth; there is no Plan B. We have everything we need to get the job done, so it’s time to stop making excuses and feeling sorry for ourselves. As warriors and championship-winning teams know, the best defense is a good offense. It’s time the Church plays offense again.
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About the Author
Dr. James Brewton is Founder and Senior Pastor of Community Empowerment Ministries, Inc., Estill, S. C. and is a founding father of the Allendale County Transformers (ACT). Dr. Brewton has been a minister of the Gospel of the Kingdom for over 24 years, and has served as Chaplain for the Allendale County (S.C.) Sheriff’s Department and advisory member of the Sheriff’s Task Force on Gang Violence. Dr. Brewton is a commissioned apostle, ordained bishop, and an apostolic advisor to several leaders, organizations and corporations locally, nationally and internationally. He received a bachelors degree in History and a masters degree in Public Management from Florida A&M University. The Doctor of Divinity degree was conferred upon him in 2013 by Hope Bible Institute and Seminary, South Bend, Ind. He and his wife, Margie, reside in Allendale, S. C.