Infinitely More

September 11, 2014 — 1 Comment

Yesterday, I shared details about the Children’s Ministry Tailgate party we threw for our volunteers.  (If you missed it, you can catch that post here.)

At the event, I shared a bit of what God had laid on my heart months before.  You see, for the past two years, I have asked God for a word, one word, that would be our theme or focus for the upcoming year.  Last year, the word was “new”.

This past May, God laid a verse on my heart and one word kept jumping out at me each time I read the verse.  The word?  More.  Here’s the verse:

Ephesians 3:20, NLT

Ephesians 3:20, NLT

Here is a portion of what I shared with our volunteers that evening:

This spring, I asked God to give me a word – a literal word – that will serve as the them for the upcoming ministry year.

This year, I clearly heard Him say “MORE“.  (Refer back to Ephesians 3:20)

I wonder what this will look like this ministry year.  What will God do if we ask Him to help us be…

more intentional as we partner with families…

more intentional as we build relationships with the children we lead…

more connected to those we serve with…

more committed to lead and serve with excellence?

Something I’ve quoted regularly in the last few months is, “With God, all things are possible.”  I truly believe that.

I am trusting God to do exactly what His Word says – to accomplish INFINITELY MORE than we would ever dare to ask or hope. Will you trust Him to do the same?  Are you up for the challenge?

What about you?  How would your ministry be different if you believed God can accomplish infinitely more than you could ever dare to ask or hope?  Keep the conversation going by leaving a comment below!

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One response to Infinitely More

  1. 
    V PRADEEP WYCLIFFE September 15, 2014 at 5:16 am

    Thank God its encouraging Yes I believe God has more for us to do, Yes as I serve among Children I believe as Eph 3:20 says God wants me to do more for His Glory

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