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Comfort is Nice, Courage is Better

Let’s admit it: we want growth, health, and success to be easy. It’s why many people are drawn to the message of infomercials. “Here’s your problem. This easy solution solves your problem. Buy now and we’ll double your order.”

That’s not how it happens. When it comes to growth, health, or success, it takes work. Nearly every overnight success took years to accomplish.

Why do we look for the easy way?

Well, because it is … easy.

Easy is comfortable and we like to be comfortable. We like our comfort zones, safe and well-defined, predictable.

Study any accomplished person who is making a difference, whether that’s a mom, coach, scientist, or volunteer at a local shelter. Look for what sets them apart from people who have the same level of natural talent or ability, but who are sitting on the sidelines.

How did they become successful?

At some point, they chose to value change over comfort. They understood that comfort is never a requirement for growth; courage is. It takes courage to do what is uncomfortable but necessary.

So, the next time you are faced with a challenge, remember this: comfort is nice, courage is better.

Experience and Background

  • Professor at Warner University
  • masters in business administration (mba)
  • presenter at the WFX National Conference
  • former president, Church Planters of the Rockies
  • helped start 2 for-profit tech companies

Sermon Videos

To get a better feel for my style and personality, you can watch past sermons on our YouTube channel.

Coaching Opportunities

One of the things I enjoy the most is helping individuals or organizations reach their full potential.  It’s been said, “everyone wins when a leader gets better.”

Guest Speaking

Need an engaging speaker for your event or conference? At the moment, I am available on a limited basis to speak for seminars, workshops, or worship services. Click here to learn more.

Trouble Sleeping?

I’ve written a few books that might help! You’ll find books on preaching, leadership, Ephesians, as well as my first novel. Follow this link to learn more.