Eat’n my lunch

A few months ago I heard a statement from Craig Groeschel that at first I simply agreed with. However, in recent days the words he spoke have been eat’n my lunch. They keep resonating like a loud bell in my head. They irritate me when I go to bed and when I wake up. They convict me, frustrate me, and motivate me. They cause me to be a pain in the neck to some, and a blessing to others.

What was the sentence? What are those words that I haven’t written down, but I remember like I just heard them yesterday? Here you go:

“If we are going to reach people [for Jesus] that no one else is reaching, we have to do things that no one else is doing.”

Let that marinate on you soul for a while. But don’t let it marinate too long, because while you are considering it’s implications on the ministry in your church and in your life, several people will enter into eternity. They will either be separated form God forever in Hell, or joined with God in Heaven.

What are we doing about that scenario?

– Brad

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