September 3, 1995
The qualities most necessary to fruitful Christian ministry are not often taught in college or seminary—and they are the opposite of worldly self-promotion. In this message, Alistair Begg unpacks the Apostle Paul’s advice to those who serve in ministry. Paul urged leaders to be committed to integrity and the humility of self-forgetfulness. Ministers, he reminded them, are humble jars of clay that contain what really matters: the glory of God.