Above all else, guard your heart, for everything you do flows from it. – Proverbs 4:23
At this year's Summit, Adam Hamilton talked about when leaders fail and introduced the moment of the maybe:
“Walter Wangerin, a Lutheran pastor and author wrote a book, As For Me and My House. In that book he describes the moment of the maybe. The moment of the maybe is when you find yourself wrestling with something and you decide to entertain the idea of what would it be like if... So you play with that in your mind. You would never do it of course, but you begin to wonder, what if? What would that feel like? Look like? But we don’t stop to ask the question, how does this end happy? We don’t really ask what it’s going to feel like if we did that to our children, our siblings, or our spouse... Every morning I wake up and I drop to my knees and I open my hands and I say, ‘Lord, I belong to you.’ Today, once more, I offer my life to you. Help me be the man you want me to be. Help me to honor you and live for you in everything that I do. I try to remember who I am each day.”
> Continue the conversation in the Beyond the Summit webinar with Adam Hamilton on Thursday, August 26 at 10am CDT.
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