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Burnout occurs when you’re involved in more things that drain you than energize you.
— Dave Jacobs

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It’s easy to trust God when He does what we want; it’s the other times we grow.
— Bob Goff

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Before communicating, ask yourself: What do I want people to know? What do I want them to feel? What do I want them to do?
— Craig Groeschel

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The way to do a great deal is to keep on doing a little. The way to do nothing at all is to be continually resolving that we will do everything.
— C.H. Spurgeon

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The longer a church member attends their church the more out of touch they become with how their church looks to a non-member.
— Dave Jacobs

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Two-thirds of God’s name is GO!!
— Wendy Treat

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If you don’t change your methods, eventually no one will hear your message.
— Carey Nieuwhof

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Each of us has never had less time on earth than we do right now. Think about it. Make today count.
— Louie Giglio

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The key is to grow very thick skin, all the while working to keep a soft heart. Do that and you will be used by God in immeasurable ways.
— Michael Cheshire

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‏Everybody wants to call the shots, but few want to take ‘em. It costs to be a leader.
— Lecrae

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Every day before I meet with people, I pause to think about something encouraging I can tell them.
— John Maxwell

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Activity in the King’s business will not make up for neglect of the King.
— Tim Dilena

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The person who cannot see the ultimate becomes a slave to the immediate.
— John Maxwell

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Most people are afraid of making mistakes. Leaders are afraid of missing opportunities.
— Mark Batterson

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What keeps me learning is realizing how much more I still need to know about God, life & ministry after 40 years of serving Him.
— Rick Warren

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Extinction is the result of leaders not growing.
— Wayne Cordeiro

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One of my driving passions as a pastor is this: when people MISS church they actually MISS church.
— Mark Batterson

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As church leaders we get paid to do what traditionally others gave their lives to do.
— Perry Noble

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Your strengths will only take you as far as your weaknesses allow.
— Rick Warren

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It’s not what a leader does that ruins an organization. It’s what a leader tolerates. Stay courageous this week!
— Wayne Cordeiro