Canadian author and pastor Basil King once said, “Be bold and mighty forces will come to your aid.”
We’ve seen this clearly while studying through the book of Nehemiah the last few weeks. Nehemiah is bold and the unimaginable happens: the throne representing the entire Persian empire gets behind him. More deeply, this is really just a tangible reflection of the throne of heaven coming to his aid. God loves it when His children are bold in faith!
I think Nehemiah would’ve had this Chris Tomlin tune at the top of his playlist:
I know Who goes before me
I know Who stands behind
The God of angel armies
Is always by my side
The One who reigns forever
He is a Friend of mine
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In the book, Catmull says: “I believe that everyone has the potential to be creative.” What this means is, if everyone has creative potential, we must be very intentional in our actions as leaders in order to unleash it as a force for continuous innovation.
“[The world's hope] is to rely on youth . . . not a time of life but a state of mind, a temper of the will, a quality of the imagination, a predominance of courage over timidity, of the appetite for adventure over the love of ease.” — U.S. Senator Robert F. Kennedy
Today, there are many youth who want to make a difference and serve their community, yet are often overlooked as possible resources in volunteer mobilization. Here are 5 Tips for Engaging Youth Volunteers via VolunteerMatch.org.
Truett Cathy, Chick-fil-A Founder and Chairman Emeritus
In a message sent to employees on Monday, September 8, 2014, Chick-fil-A® announced that its founder and chairman emeritus, S. Truett Cathy, died at 1:35 a.m. at the age of 93. He died peacefully at home, surrounded by loved ones. Read the full obituary here.
S. Truett Cathy was “a godly man, a wise husband and father, a business genius, a creative innovator, a humble servant of Jesus Christ with rock-ribbed integrity, a generous philanthropist, and one who loved greatly, cared deeply for the poor, especially disadvantaged kids, and used his life and work to benefit others.” Continue reading →
One of the unique aspects about Breakaway Outreach is that we are not only committed to serving the under-served children and at-risk youth in our communities, but we are consistently making disciples by empowering, equipping, and mobilizing these same kids to grow spiritually and serve others.