Go Small: Because God Doesn't Care about Your Status, Size, or SuccessAdam Palmer, Craig Gross, Josh McCown
It is in the seemingly ordinary moments of life where God does his greatest work. Go big or go home . . . so they say. But do you ever feel like no matter how "big" you go, you still haven t gone big "enough"? Have you grown so frustrated with the pursuit of go big that go h... Read More
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It is in the seemingly ordinary moments of life where God does his greatest work.
Go big or go home . . . so they say. But do you ever feel like no matter how "big" you go, you still haven t gone big "enough"? Have you grown so frustrated with the pursuit of go big that go home is starting to look inviting?
Going big all the time is not only a recipe for burnout it s not the way God works in your life. It s time to break free from go big or go home. It s time to invest in stamina, to cultivate endurance, to recognize the miraculous world of the ordinary, little things.
Show the door to go big or go home thinking. Your ordinary life is miraculous. It s time to go small and keep on going.
- Product type: Book
- Format: Softcover
- Release Date: Aug 5, 2014
- UPC: 9781400205325
- Height: 0
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- Volumes/Discs: 1
- Pages: 233
- Publish Date: Aug 5, 2014
- Language: English
- Audience Age Maximum: 0
- Audience Age Minimum: 0
- BISAC: "REL012120"
- ISBN: 1400205328
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- A Good look at the little things in life by Doug Triplett on 1/13/2015
This book was Awesome. I really enjoyed it. You learn more about the author's ministry XXXChurch which helps people overcome pornography addiction but the is just icing on the cake.
He talks about how in life and in ministry it is the little things that are important. People have a tendency to want to accomplish only "Great Things" but it is the little things in life that are important. As a group it is good for people to focus on the small things in life that make the world go round.
I would recommend this book to anyone. Don't be turned off because of his ministry that is a small part of what this book is about. Learn about spending time with family and helping them to learn to make a difference in others lives.
The author really enjoys showing how things that are 'small' can have big impacts. For example being consistent in doing your ministry work and not being there part time. We can all learn from this.
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