October 21, 2016, 9:00 am
Blow the trumpet in Zion, sanctify a fast, call a solemn assembly (Joel 2:15) Greetings, We live in times of growing challenges; our leaders are quickly running out of solutions. We need Jesus! As a great Christian leader has said: “The answers we need will not be found in the White House; the answers […] View Event >>
“We can’t afford a halfhearted, anemic, approach to greatness. We must pursue our high call with the vigilance of a desperate warrior and the fury of a passionate lover.
Greatness eludes the faint hearted, the fearful, and the lethargic. Greatness refuses the sluggish; they simply move too slow. The careless have no plan, the lazy waste their energy on excuses, the entitled are waiting for someone to do it for them, while the prideful are so delusional that they’re unaware that greatness avoids them.
Humility and forbearance are the seedbed of greatness. Its only in the soil of servanthood that the seeds of greatness germinate, sprout, and blossom.”