As you may or may not be aware, my wife and I will be officially retiring from front-line ministry at the end of my second term of office which will conclude on 31st August 2022. I realise that there are a lot of concerns relating to the future leadership of the church, however I have every confidence that God is preparing someone who will come and give the leadership that is required in the 21st century.
It is important for us to remember that Jesus is the founder of the Church and he declares that he is building his church and the gates of hell will not prevail against it.
Our responsibility as a church is not to panic but to pray and seek God’s guidance for the election process which will take place on 19th March 2022. Please note that we are only moving from front-line ministry; we will still be doing ministry but in a different way. We will be intentional in the support of our church and the leadership as well as the mentoring of those who need our help.
My wife and I appreciate the unwavering support that you have given to us over the last 8 years. I know that we will have an opportunity to say ‘Thank You’ officially sometime in the near future.
I am convinced that you will continue to uphold us in your prayers as we work through the final few months of this administration.
In this issue you will find news from the Leadership Training Centre, information about upcoming events and much more.
Bishop Dr Donald Bolt
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