When we do what is convenient, we tend to get common results. When we do what is inconvenient, we will get uncommon results.
Why do most people simply do what is convenient? Why settle for common results? It’s not overly complicated. It’s easier, takes less time, and it’s more … convenient.
When it comes to making a lasting difference for God, I have found that my biggest hurdle is my own selfishness.
- If I’m selfish with my time, I’ll only do things I enjoy doing.
- If I’m selfish with my talent, I’ll use them for things that bring me credit.
- If I’m selfish with my treasure, I’ll spend it on myself.
Many people aren’t generous because they have a wrong understanding of God.
God is not after your time, talent, or treasure. God is after your heart.
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
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