“Clarity is the ability of the process to be communicated and understood by the people,” from the Book Simple Church.
Clarity can become “clear” when properly communicated to the church. A clear process is important for a smooth transition.
Clarity must be defined, illustrated, discussed, and measured. We must, as a church, speak the same language when it comes to defining our process and purpose for the ministry of the church. Defining the process takes time. It is a communication process that needs massaging, formulating, and is to be grasped by the church in general.
If we can commit to Love God first, we are all on the same page. We do this by understanding Jesus’s statement of loving God with all your heart, soul, and mind. Translation: heart=passions, soul=all of your being, and mind=your filtering agent. Love God with your passions, your being, and filter them through your mind.
Secondly, loving God should result in a love for people. Jesus said to love your neighbor as yourself. A love for people is a way for our clarity in the church process to become clear. Jesus said others will know that you are my disciples by the way you love each other!
Stay in the light,