I stopped making new year's resolutions and adopted these habits instead — and you should, too!
When you launch out to experience faith in a new way, you don't have time to criticize the old system. You're too busy finding a new way.
The Barna Group's results to a recent survey of millennials and their ideal church shows a coming shift in how we do church.
A plan will give your dream substance.
Without it, your dream will remain just that: a dream.
Here are but a few ways to begin developing your Dream Plan.
It's impossible to take the first step towards your dream when you don't know what the first step is. Developing a plan is essential to achieving your dream.
In the midst of a crappy few days, in the midst of some minor freak-outs (I did just put $680 on my credit card without the ability to pay it off), in the midst of wanting to throw in the towel, sell my house, and move somewhere else, there's been a still small voice in the back of my head whispering to me:
Everything's going to be [...]
Don't give up just because it's taking some time.
You're closer than you think.
No harvest comes over night.
But when the time is right, you will reap the harvest, IF you don't give up.
No matter where we find ourselves financially – either in plenty or in lack – we find an incredible promise.
Christ will give us strength to follow Him and be content.
No matter what the checkbook tells us.
Because at the right time, at the perfect moment, when all the trials and training have come to fruition, you will see a harvest.
You just can't give up.
Whatever comes out of our mouths was first allowed into our hearts.
The only way to change what we say is to first change our hearts.
And that change only happens when we allow Christ to deal with every part of our heart.