Daily Devotional “Building a Leader With The Right Experience”

Daily Devotional “Building a Leader With The Right Experience”

Be different!

May 13, 2023

The twelve apostles included “Simon, who is called Peter” (Matthew. 10:2).

Your present experiences contribute to your future leadership ability.

Stan Carder is a dear brother in Christ and one of the pastors on our church staff.

Before coming to the Church he pastored a church in Montana. While there, he was riding one night in a truck that was involved in a very serious accident.

Stan suffered a broken neck and other major injuries. As a result he underwent months of arduous and painful therapy.

That was one of the most difficult periods in Stan’s life, yet God used it for a specific purpose.

Today, as pastor of our special-ministries department, Stan ministers to more than 500 physically and mentally handicapped people.

God needed a man with unique qualifications to show love to a group of very special people.

He chose Stan and allowed him the necessary experiences to fit him for the task.

God doesn’t always permit such serious situations, but He does lead each of us into life-changing experiences that heighten our effectiveness in ministry.

Peter had many such experiences. In Matthew 16:15-16, for example, God gave him special revelation about the deity of Christ.

In Acts 10 God sent him to preach the gospel to Gentiles—something unheard of at the time because Jewish people resisted any interaction with Gentiles.

Perhaps the most tragic experience of Peter’s life was his denial of Christ.

But even that only increased his love for Christ and his appreciation of God’s grace.

After His resurrection, Christ forgave him and restored him to ministry (John 21:15-19).

Peter’s many experiences helped prepare him for the key role he was to play in the early church.

Similarly, your experiences help prepare you for future ministry.

So seek to discern God’s hand in your circumstances and rejoice at the prospect of becoming a more effective Christian.


Thank God for both the good and bad experiences you have, knowing that each of them is important to your spiritual growth (cf. James 1:2-4).

Further Reading

Read Acts 10, noting what Peter learned from his experience.

•What vision did Peter have?

•What was the point of the vision?

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