excuses

Your excuses are stupid.

Sorry. But there is really no nicer way to say it. Your excuses are stupid. Especially when it comes to your relationship with Christ. Yes, you may have a had a rough childhood. Yes, you may have a busy schedule. Yes, you may think you’re giving up too many opportunities and experiences.

Same goes for us leaders.  Our excuses are stupid.

Stop being scared.

Stop worrying about your security.

Don’t misplace your priorities when it comes to leading the church.

Do what needs to be done.

Because your excuses are stupid.

The work is TOO important.

todd

 

 

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