Joseph Iregbu

Purpose Guy

When Pastors Lose Perspective of Their WHY

Some days I feel evangelical. Other days I feel Pentecostal. But everyday, I’m a Christian; saved by grace alone, through faith alone, in Christ alone and for the glory of God alone. My faith is my identity and story. I was once a sinner… till Mercy and Grace (Jesus Christ) […]

Life Lessons on Intentional Stewardship

Recently, I had the privilege to minister at a local church on a leadership series, looking at God’s call on leaders to consecration and faithful stewardship in life and ministry. In my final talk, we explored verse-by-verse 16 life lessons on intentional stewardship, looking at Matthew 25:14-30 as our main […]

“Dad, Can Children Also Speak in Tongues?”

My school run routine involves worship music or the daily audio bible reading on auto play. Practicing God’s presence is not a matter for the house only. All of life is worship. This week, my daughter asked me a profound question as I quietly spoke in tongues while driving her […]

A Plea for Personal Integrity Among Pastors

This summer, I took part in a series of weekly calls for nearly 4 months with leaders committed to growing and learning. Together, we ‘chewed’ on difficult spiritual subjects as we reflected on our own lives. One of those difficult topics we wrestled with was personal integrity in ministry and […]

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