John M. Seitz

In an increasingly efficiency minded culture of ministry, networking around kingdom advancement is highly valued. Most friendships among church leaders seem to be formed and inspired by sharing Kingdom vision. As “iron sharpens iron” we meet to pray over, discuss and drive the growth of the eternal Body, the church. While these friendships are important, we all need a cohesive group of friends, a fraternity so to speak, that goes beyond seeking a greater harvest in the execution of practical ministry. We need a fraternity that will challenge the current and future health of our souls. We all need to have a group of friends with whom we can share the things of our inner world. The Fraternity of which I am a part has been an amazing blessing and has changed the trajectory of my life. You need one too.