Editorial

Delbert W. Baker

is vice-chancellor of the Adventist University of Africa near Nairobi, Kenya.

The Epaphras Effect

The Epaphras Effect is an influencing power that enhances our witness and leadership. It is the impact of spiritual change agents; people who add moral value and produce good wherever they go. The concept is derived from a little-known contemporary of the apostle Paul, Epaphras.

To the extent we prioritize the work of God, do it unselfishly, and seek no credit, we will see and experience the Epaphras Effect. Popularity, power, possessions, and position will not be our driving motive. Instead, our all-consuming goal is being in the center of God’s will, doing His work, and …

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