I asked God for a mic, and He gave me a broom!’
Have you noticed Jesus’ kingdom is upside down? To be first, you must be last. To find your life, you must lose it. To receive, you must give. And to lead, you must follow.
Jenny Kutz Papapostolou, who accepted God’s assignment to run a children’s home in Greece, knows from experience that to achieve greatness in God’s Kingdom, you must first learn humility.
In Sacred Smallness, Jenny points out that, while Christian culture often heralds fame and wealth as the ultimate success, God is delighted in humble surrender—even when it leads to sacred smallness and holy hiddenness.
The granddaughter of well-known ministers Kenneth and Gloria Copeland, Jenny observed firsthand that successful ministry actually begins in servanthood and shares:
- The best place to be faithful is wherever God has put you, there is power in surrender
- Our call from Jesus is to abide in the Vine
- About living a life of poured out worship
- How to identify and remove idols that block you from God’s highest and best
True excitement and success await in your God-destined place, and it all begins with a heart toward God.