There are apostles, prophets, pastors, teachers, preachers, intercessors, missionaries, among you called to lead different departments in Gods Kingdom.
You've been called to the office, anointed, and very gifted......but you're not called to church ministry. (Rightfully so...)
I've created a very basic outline of SOME of the departments and roles in Gods Kingdom. You will see the department and some potential roles WITHIN the department.
EACH of these departments have apostles, prophets, pastors, teachers, preachers assigned to LEAD it. As you can see, almost all of the departments listed have been abandoned and we've only placed our focus on the church building. In order for Gods Kingdom to thrive, we need to fill the rest of the departments with those assigned to them.
Take a look at each department and allow God to speak to you.
Levites: (Church) Clergy, religious leaders, and theologians within the church; religious scholars and educators.
Priests: (Church) Pastors, ministers, and priests within the church; chaplains in secular contexts.
Soldiers: Military personnel; peacekeepers; law enforcement officers.
Prophets: Preachers, evangelists, and Christian leaders; inspirational speakers.
Kings and Judges: Political leaders, government officials, and judges; policymakers.
Scribes: Scholars, academics, and historians; authors and writers.
Music: Musicians and singers in various genres; music educators.
Economics: Businesspeople, artisans, and professionals in various industries.
Leadership: Community leaders, mentors, and advisors; senior statesmen.
Treasury and Administration: Tax professionals, government administrators, and financial officers.
Intercession/Defense: Prayer warriors, spiritual counselors, and mediators; diplomats.
Missions: Volunteers in charitable organizations and community groups.
Counseling and Therapy: Psychologists, counselors, and therapists; social workers.
Business and Entrepreneurship: Entrepreneurs, business leaders, and professionals in various fields.
Mentorship and Discipleship: Mentors, life coaches, and personal development trainers.
Philanthropy: Philanthropists, social activists, and humanitarian workers.
Evangelism: Public speakers, motivational speakers, and advocates for various causes.
“When he saw the crowds, he felt compassion for them, because they were distressed and dejected, like sheep without a shepherd. Then he said to his disciples, “The harvest is abundant, but the workers are few. Therefore, pray to the Lord of the harvest to send out workers into his harvest.””