Thoughts about “Going All In”

Many of your may have read the blog post I wrote two days ago about National Community Church’s leadership retreat.  I tend to be contemplative after an event is over or past.  I think over the things that happened in production and also in what was preached, said, done, or communicated.  The theme talked about going “all in”.  It encouraged the leadership of the church and volunteer leadership to commit to what God had called them to do in the church.  NCC has grown in leaps and bounds in the past few years.  The focus that the pastors wanted to create was one that communicated a specific purpose and direction for the church that may have been lost in the rapid growth and expansion of the church.  It can be hard to feel a sense of ownership or a sense of familiarity in something that is always changing

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.  The rapid growth and new ministries and opportunities cannot be fully realized or developed if there are not committed and willing volunteers to back those ministries.  The leadership retreat served as a time of fellowship, encouragement, teaching, empowerment, and vision.  God has been doing some great things at NCC and has been richly blessing their faithfulness.

God has really been impressing on my heart how following Him cannot be a casual thing.  It can’t be something that I do one day and then do less of the next day.  I think of how in Revelation 3, the Lord speaks through John saying that He would rather have the church be hot or cold rather then lukewarm

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.  Otherwise, being lukewarm makes God so sick that he would rather spit you out!  I don’t know about you, but I don’t want to be spit out by God!  I want God to tell me “well done good and faithful servant” at the end of my time on earth when I see Him face to face.

This may seem like a very basic thought and concept, but it is very important.

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