Several years ago I conducted seminars in churches on the topic of evangelism. In particular, using used school buses as a tool to reach children.
This was a new concept, not mine, and it took a fair amount of selling and time before a church would see the vision.
There was a substantial element called money.
- Purchase the used bus.
- Painting and lettering.
There was a second substantial element called program development:
- Children’s church.
- Supplies and materials.
There was a third substantial element called Volunteers:
- Bus drivers.
- Bus workers.
- Visitation teams.
- Children’s church workers.
- Additional Sunday School teachers and workers.
The bottom line is that it took five components to bring about success:
There you have them–five components. All important. Five things. If any one of them was missing, the program wouldn’t succeed. Count them–1, 2, 3, 4 and ?. Do you see the fifth one yet?
Ah! There it is–WORK–
Is it any different to write and publish a book? No!
Is it any different to build a brand? No!
Behind every technological breakthrough there lies a dream. Behind every new product there lies a dream. Dreams create realities– through hard work.” Rolf Jensen
Change something today to make your tomorrow better.
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