IMPACT195 School of Ministry Pastor, Scott Wessell, talks about trust. For most of us, trust in relationships looks something like this, "For me to trust you, you need to act exactly how I would have acted in the same situation." Or to put it another way, "I need to be able to anticipate all your decisions or I can't trust you." However, that is a twisted understanding of trust. Real trust is what Jesus modeled in John 15:15 when he said to his disciples, "No longer do I call you servants, for a servant does not know what his master is doing; but I have called you friends, for all things that I heard from My Father I have made known to you." A friend shares a deeper level of trust than a servant—a friend gets access to the deeper parts of the heart than a servant does. Jesus wasn't requiring trust from them but modeling trust to them because real trust isn't demanded, it's given. For more information on the School of Ministry click on the SCHOOL button on the top of the page.