Advancing Apostolic Administration
One of the most important people you need on your team is an Apostolic Administrator! At the 2018 Congress, a session was presented by John P. Kelly and Lynn Kishaba to bring understanding about the indispensable need for Apostolic Administrators.
A Missing Piece
Many ministries are greatly hindered by the absence of effective Apostolic administration. Often, important communication is seriously lacking between leaders and administrators and decisions cannot be carried out. This causes conflict, confusion, and chaos.
Many of the problems stem from the lack of training and understanding about what it really means to be an Apostolic Administrator, both for the leader and the administrator.
God gifted many people as apostolic administrators such as Daniel, Joseph, and Nehemiah. In Acts 6, the Apostle Paul explained the critical importance of this function so that the apostles could focus on what God called them to do.
Definition: An Apostolic Administrator is a mature servant-leader Christian with strategic organizational development and creative administrative skills who is called and anointed by God to serve apostolic leaders. © Lynn Kishaba
Apostolic Administration Presentation
At the 2018 ICAL Congress, John P. Kelly and ICAL’s Apostolic Administrator, Lynn Kishaba, presented a session about this vital function. Lynn has served ICAL since its formation 19 years ago and worked with John Kelly for over 40 years. Lynn has in-depth understanding and experience for what it takes to be an Apostolic Administrator and build apostolic ministries. John Kelly shared how apostolic leaders and administrators should work together to be more effective.
Why every leader needs an Apostolic Administrator
What makes them significantly different
How to effectively identify them
What they can do to advance your ministry
How to find one!
Keys for working together and much more.
Lynn's training has transformed offices to function far more effectively!
Order the session or order a full Seminar by Lynn Kishaba