Jesus says that ministry is like being a farmer looking at the harvest field. Paul likens his role to that of a planter or a waterer, knowing that God gives the growth. Paul also cryptically says to Timothy,

“The hardworking farmer ought to be the first to get a share of the crops. Consider what I say, for the Lord will give you understanding in everything.”

With faith in God, David aimed carefully, Paul beat his body, Peter looked for capable men.

So too do we in ministry trust God while striving to do our absolute best to his glory and praise. That’s what this blog is about… striving to get the most out of the harvest field for God’s glory and praise.

My name’s Dave Moore. I’m an undeserving yet forgiven sinner – a very small speck in God’s great plans. Thankful for Julie and our kids, and I get to be the executive pastor at Hunter Bible Church, Newcastle.

Check out some of my key posts, Apps and Essays on the My Stuff page.

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  1. Hi Dave my name is johnny and I am christian I have read an article posted by you in 2014 that i really liked it called: (Avoid the trap… Secular work “just as valuable” as gospel work?)
    My question is some christians are attempting to solve sacred secular work by convincing people to feel better about their job because their work is “worship” but although many find it helpful to call their work, worship, unfortunately, it does not solve the problem of the sacred-secular dichotomy. It only convinces people to feel better about their work, but in the process, it also “undermines” the meaning of worship.
    Can u tell me if it is also an “identity misunderstanding” calling work worship to make it valuable as ur article that I read in 2014 do you classify it in the same category if u can answer help me with my question.
    Thank u and regards

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