We are on a journey together. I know, I know... that's cliche. But I'm not worried about being original, I'm worried about being honest. Can I ask you a question? When you walk out the door, which version of you leaves the house?
Want to see big things in 2018? My best advice is to THINK SMALL.
Is Christmas really the most wonderful time of the year? And speaking of wonderful... how do I find some peace?
What do you do when you are stuck in the in between? What do you do when life throws you a curve ball, and when things don't turn out like you planned?
Each one of us is on a journey. When we share our stories we let the world know that there is hope... and hope has a name... JESUS
Jayden shares his story... #thestruggleisreal
Growing up my mothers favourite saying every time something unexpected or bad happened would be “ pray for hope”. To be honest I didn’t fully understand what she meant by praying for hope until God started to put me in the boxing ring through personal circumstances in my own life.
I mean we've all seen it. If we are being really honest, we may have even aspired to it. If I'm being really real, I'm guilty. It may not be a campsite, but I've staged a shot to help capture my moment, even though the fact that I've just staged it literally means I captured a moment but not the moment that I'm trying to represent.
So the question I have is, are we really desperate for adventure or are we desperate for a great post on social?
I love motion. Forward motion, perpetual motion... I love all of it. I love using phrases like these to describe my life and I love proving that I am actually doing something with my time here on earth. In fact, I think a lot of us love the idea of movement.
The key here is that we are in love with the idea, but most of us leave it right there. As a romantic notion, a dream, an ideal, but not reality... Keep reading to learn how fighting for your future starts by fighting you
WHAT THE CHURCH!? is a Behind-The-Scenes, guided tour, into the mind of a Pastor who is reflecting on a decade of service. This series of posts are notes, thoughts and observations combined with practical tools & steps to help you in your relationship with Jesus and to help you get the most out of your Church life
Part II of US & THEM: The Millennial Question. Digging into the great divide which exists between US & THEM.
The difficulty with this conversation is that we are not only grasping with the perceived entitlement of a demographic, but we are, at the exact same time, coping with a world that is transforming before our eyes. This rapid transformation has contributed to a worldview shift which has laid the foundation for this perceived ever increasing generation gap.
Over the next series of posts, I would like to start looking at this "issue" from a number of angles. Mostly as my way of facilitating a conversation, and at the very least, this is my way encouraging us to think through this matter.
YOU ARE YOUR OWN WORST CRITIC... Do you know what makes you a great villain? You know all of your enemies’ weak spots. You are intimately aware of everything wrong with you. You know your strengths, but you especially know every weakness, and you are always willing to remind yourself of that fact.
The moment you decide to step out of the boat and walk on water, the moment you decide to start fulfilling some of that God-given potential is the moment that you become both the greatest inspiration and public enemy number one. Your decision to take a step forward is either going to propel others forward or act as a reminder that they aren't pursuing their dreams or living up to their potential, putting you directly in the line of fire.
But that's okay...
Take nothing for granted. Work hard, play hard, love hard, but never forget that what you have is a gift. Your ability to accomplish everything and anything is a gift. Your skill set, it's a gift. Your personality, it's a gift. Your family, it's a gift. So... What are you going to do with that gift to make a better tomorrow?
Why is it that the first thing we think about when we think of success is always money?
The answer is very simple. We think automatically think of money and cars and mansions because we don’t have those things. We think success is acquiring something we don’t have. But what happens when you have those things?
. We have convinced ourselves that it is not our fault and the deck is stacked against us. We have told ourselves that it’s alright, we are what we are, and we’ve done the best we could with what we have, but let’s be honest, none of that is true.
Obsession takes you places that passion only dreams of. Passion embraces the moment; obsession embraces the process.
We are masters of wasting time. We are professional procrastinators, and the repetitive nature of our lives has caused us to start punching the clock and counting down the hours until we leave instead of focusing on productivity and efficiency. So if we are just surviving, if we are just riding the merry-go-round of life, if we are just punching the clock, why not do something RIGHT NOW to change your life?
What’s holding you back?
This is a reminder that no matter what you are facing today... YOU'VE GOT THIS!