Have you wondered where your life is headed? You worked hard and invested your most productive years hoping to reach your potential or a particular goal. But your life seems to be going nowhere. I believe potential is something to be lived out in our daily lives rather than waiting for something to happen in the future.
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Who was Barnabas?
Barnabas was a man in the Bible who helped and encouraged others to live their potential. I have used that name for this blog to identify with one who lived out such a purpose. I hope to do the same and help people to become all that they were meant to be. Thanks for joining me in this journey.
My wife Annie and I pastor Adoor Vineyard Church and teach at Faith Theological Seminary. I teach Old Testament and she teaches Christian Education at the seminary and is the director of our children’s ministry at the church. She is a regular speaker at gatherings for youths, parents, and women’s groups. She expresses her thoughts about life and ministry through her blog A Thought For You.
About Alexi George
Helping people live their potential. Alexi is pastor of Adoor Vineyard Church and Associate Professor of Old Testament at Faith Theological Seminary, India. He is regularly engaged in the process of training leaders and coaching church planters and pastors.
Alexi earned the B.A. in Christian Ministry from West Coast Christian College, Fresno, CA; the M.Div. in Biblical Languages and Christian Education from Evangel University, Springfield, MO; and the D.Th. in Old Testament from University of South Africa, Pretoria.