I’m convinced that we need to start asking better questions. Mainly because so many of the answers we’re coming up with aren’t working and are resulting in too many of us getting stuck.
If we want answers we’ve never had, we have to start asking questions we’ve never asked.
Here are five questions that you can reframe and start asking yourself immediately.
What do I
CAN’T CAN I do?
What could I
AGAINST FOR me?
Here are some images from a teaching I did last weekend at The Orchard. Feel free to download these to use and keep in front of you.
What questions would you add to this list?
I’m convinced that what Jesus ultimately showed us through his life was something far greater than simply how to be better Christians or how to live better, more moral lives. What I think we see (and in such a profound, yet simple way) was a perfect picture of what it looks like when one embraces and lives in the fullness of who God created them in His image to be.
Fully divine and fully human.
Isn’t this the ultimate task of our lives? To embrace and live in the fullness of both?
As a pastor, I believe that the best thing my life could ever be about is helping people live in the fullness of who God created them to be – whole human beings.
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Today I had the opportunity to share a few thoughts about church and church programs at an online event called The Nine’s. My presentation time was limited, so I’ve included a few additional thoughts on the subject in this video. Hope it’s helpful! Would love to hear from you – your ideas, thoughts, response, etc… Leave a comment!