In this episode of the Unseen Leadership podcast, Chandler Vannoy and Mike Kelsey are joined by Miguel Nunez who is a pastor, medical doctor, and speaker. He is also the author of several books including his latest, Servants for His Glory.
During their conversation, they discuss learning from past life experiences, how serving in a church impacts our lives, and how humility affects a person.
QUOTES FROM EPISODE 65:
“I can relate to people in a more compassionate way from what I learned from them.”
“I firmly believe that your wife has to be the first person to confirm your call to ministry.”
“Being the head of the house does not mean that your wife has to blindly follow whatever you are thinking. The Lord gave her to you so she can help you make decisions and bring a different perspective.”
“Don’t think of your secular work as secular, it is sacred.”
“You should be looking for the opportunity to serve, that is how you identify your gifts and talents.”
“It was a mistake for me to assume that if you did everything right that everything would go well and no one would go against you.”
“I realized that a lot of the unrest within us is the consequence of not being gentle and lowly.”
“A humble person can be taught by people over him or under him. A humble person can be a team member. A humble person is sensitive to the voice of God.”
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