Erica Campbell speaks a message to the folks who are older in ministry, and want to pass on the torch to younger leaders. never get to the point where you just say you’re done and stop working Jesus. The truth is, we have to always be on fire for Jesus, and continue fishing for new souls to show his light and truth to.
Just because you’re not preaching on the pulpit anymore, doesn’t mean you can’t take your work with you to the grocery store, or wherever else you go. You should never be settled just because “your people” are saved- keep aiming to touch the life of someone new! Click on the audio player to hear more in this exclusive clip from “Get Up! Mornings With Erica Campbell.”
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