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.
|Contributor(s)||Craig Gross, Adam Palmer, Josh McCown (Foreword)|
|About the Contributor(s)||Craig Gross
Craig Gross is an author, speaker, pastor, and revolutionary. He shot to prominence in 2002 when he founded the website XXXchurch.com. Craig is the author of nine books. He currently resides in Los Angeles, CA, with his wife, Jeanette, and their two children, Nolan and Elise.
|Publish Date||Aug 5, 2014|