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Diversity in Leaders

‘But the Lord said to Samuel, “Do not consider his appearance or his height, for I have rejected him. The Lord does not look at the things people look at. People look at the outward appearance, but the Lord looks at the heart.”’ 1 Samuel 16:7 (NIV)

Diversity in Church Leadership

One of the main priorities of our generation is diversity, inclusivity and equal representation in business, media, sport and entertainment. In this latest session of #BeEquipped, Shaun Brauteseth and Luke Hulley look at diversity in church leadership. They discuss how church leadership structures work and whether the church should build the same way as others do to keep up with the world around them. Ultimately, they remind us that the church consists of God’s people, it is His Kingdom and, as Lord and King, we need to keep in step with His Spirit and do things His way.


This clip forms part of the #BeEquipped series – conversations around contemporary issues facing the church. Watch other videos from the series.

Shaun played punk rock for a living, worked for a chicken company, and then wrote copy for adverts. Now he’s a full-time pastor leading a congregation in Oxygen Life Church in Gqeberha. He is married to Sammy Jane and they have three children. Follow him on Facebook for more.

Luke leads one of the Joshua Generation Church congregations in South Africa. He is married to Zandile, and they have a daughter, Namile. Luke was a passionate school teacher for six years but now takes care of God’s kids full-time. He is also a writer when he has time. Follow Luke on Facebook.

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