Did you know that you are called to be a leader? Notice I didn't say a pastor, or a lifegroup leader, or founder of _insert new ministry here__. Leadership is something bigger than just a title. 2 Corinthians 3:6 says that God "has made us sufficient to be ministers of a new covenant", and later "we are ambassadors for Christ." (5:20) These letters were not written to Great Leaders like Moses or King David. They are found in letters to the church…letters to you and to me.
I am thankful to be a part of a church where our leadership is not a person, but a team of people answering to God. One thing you may not know about this church though, is that it wasn't started by a board of leaders. It was started when regular Christ followers started to pray for God to use them! Similarly, when we take up our role as leaders and start to serve in the church, spread the gospel, grow in our lifegroups, something amazing happens. God's message of hope isn't just shouted by a dedicated few anymore. Instead, when 3, or 30, or 300 of us join in, then God's message spreads out over this city like a megaphone!
You may not consider yourself a leader, but God has given you a light that is brighter than you can contain. You don't have to become a great speaker to shine it. You just have to stand up and follow His lead.