The size of our youth ministry. I’ll love whosever comes.
What others say. Words. Just words.
The future. God’s already there.
New technology. It’s continues to evolve and I can jump in any time.
Social Media. It will serve me. I will not serve it.
My weight. Care not obsession.
People who don’t get me. Their loss.
Politics. No one is 100% right.
Keeping up with everyone else (I got my own race to run).
What people think I should think. Shame is no way to treat someone.
Guilt and shame. Jesus took care of that.
Perfection. I’m just gonna write and ship my stuff to my tribe and hope others find it as well.
My e-mail list. It’ll grow when I pour more love and care into it.
Success. I’ve already achieved success. I have a great wife, three great kids, God loves me and serve an amazing group of kids. What else could I need?
God’s will. I’m living in it right now. If He wants to move, I’ll move with Him.
Equating work with value. I’m much more concerned with who I am becoming than what I achieve.
Spiritual achievement. For who? Not you. Becoming is a journey not a destination. (2 Corinthians 3:18)
How others will judge me. I’ve built a body of work over the last decade. In the end, I hope it’s blessed a bunch of people, trained a bunch of youth workers, and equipped a bunch of saints. History, and, more importantly, God, will judge me in the end. My legacy is His glory.