I still remember the feelings of anticipation as we waited in the fairly short line to go on the ride. You could actually look down inside to see people spinning before it was your turn to go on the ride. Often I hoped as I waited that no one got sick and threw up before we got in. Of course, I also hoped that I wouldn’t throw up when it was my turn to go in. (Fortunately, I never did.)
Recently I was encouraged by these words of Jesus in Mark 9:23:
“Everything is possible for one who believers.”
What are you believing that God can do in your life this year?
If you want to see the intentional development of leaders within your ministry or organization, leadership development has to start with you!
If you are going to successfully plan for the future, there are three things you need to know.
Where you are now (here)
Where you are going (there)
How to get there from here
Have you ever considered choosing one single word to describe your expectation for a whole year? A few years ago I chose the word Joy. I wanted my year to be characterized by Joy. Today as I attended a meeting of coaches on the Eastside in Redmond, several coaches shared their words for this year.
For as long as I can remember, I have loved maps. I don’t know why. I’m fascinated by them. I’m not talking about street maps (although I’ve got great memories of driving across the country with our AAA TripTik Travel Planner in my hands and reading all the details to my dad of what was ahead.)
Do you dream of the future? Do you picture a reality that’s different than what you experience today? I’ve been dreaming lately of a different future for the Church. A future that I believe is based on the mission of Jesus.
We provide training, coaching, creative resources, and strategic thinking to see movements of disciples making disciples who make disciples!
The focus of our energy at Missional Challenge is to advance missional movements globally.
Believe it or not, there’s a lot of similarities between making disciples and taking a hot yoga class!