What it means to be an Apostle!
When Moses went into the wilderness, it was not for forever, but for a season where he had to grow and mature and where he had to become the vessel that God needed to set His people free. Once Moses was ready, God called him out of the desert.
Apostle, your season of being in the desert is over. God's people need someone to lead them out of Egypt and you have been called and chosen to do just that.
It is time to identify the four steps to embracing the apostolic call on your life, and these four messages will do just that.
Message 01: Driving the Vision Forward
Your first step: receiving a revelation from God
The purpose of the wilderness experience
The difference between an apostle and a manager
The importance of giving your team the vision
If you desire to lead God’s people out of Egypt, then it is time you receive your “burning bush” experience, and see just where exactly God wants you to lead them.
Message 02: Assembling Your Mighty Men
You are not meant to push the vision forward alone
You need more than a team, you need a “band” of warriors
The difference between mighty warriors and members
Identifying your mighty warriors
It is time to be like David and gather your mighty men so that together, you can build up His “city on a hill" and take back the land from the enemy!
Message 03: Making the Warriors Battle Ready
The importance of S.O.S (Submit, Obey, Serve)
How to work with your team
Going through the process first
Setting up a structure
You cannot lead your warriors into battle unless you know what they are capable of. Each mighty man is unique and has their own strengths. You must find out what those strengths are to put them in the place where they are needed the most.
Message 04: The Apostolic Function
The six apostolic mandates
The nine functions of an apostle
The two aspects of the apostolic calling - your mandate vs. the purpose for that mandate
How apostles work together
Now that you have a vision, a band of mighty men, and a structure to work with, it is time for you to know just what it is you are supposed to be doing, and what tools you have at your disposal to lead them in the right direction.
Colette breaks down each principle into very practical steps that you can apply over and over again. There is always something new to see in each message and it is sure to set you on the right track towards the goal God has for you.