3 Ways to Kill the Biggest Voice of Doubt Leaders Hear | Jon Acuff

Definitely worth the read: (click on the link below)

3 Ways to Kill the Biggest Voice of Doubt Leaders Hear | Catalyst.

I am a big fan of Jon Acuff.  In fact, I regularly reference his book, “Stuff Christians Like,” mainly when referring to the metro-sexual worship leader scale.  If you don’t know what I’m talking about, then follow this link and read for yourself.  It’s good for a laugh! (http://www.jonacuff.com/stuffchristianslike/2009/03/favorite-post-1-understanding-how-metrosexual-your-worship-leader-is/)

I am sharing this particular post – “3 ways to kill the Biggest Voice of Doubt Leaders Hear” – because it really struck me as something that more people need to read.

I struggle with listening to the wrong voices and asking the wrong questions.  My struggle has kept me from experiencing the true joy of what I “get to do” as a called and anointed worship pastor.

I don’t want that for you!

Follow the voice of your Father.  Know His voice.  Know what it is like to hear His voice.  Move forward in confidence as you step across the line of doubt.  Reach for those God-given dreams and experience the unsurpassed joy of doing those very things that God has uniquely called you to!

I’ll be right there with you…cheering you on…

So, tell me, what are your BHAGs? (Big-Hairy-Audacious-Goals) Have you started the journey toward achieving those goals? If not, why?  If yes, how’s it going?


4 thoughts on “3 Ways to Kill the Biggest Voice of Doubt Leaders Hear | Jon Acuff

  1. Loved this! Thanks for sharing. I struggle with this all the time. Who am I? That is the one questions that I wrestle with more then any other in life. Love the way he turned it around….Who is God? If I look at the world with that perspective all things are possible!!

    1. Hi Jen – I struggle with maintaining the right perspective, too. I allow myself to get beat down way too easily. And I don’t always believe the things about myself that others see and affirm. I am my own worst critic. That is why asking the right question is so important to me. Thanks for being a friend and for participating in worship team. I love serving with you!

    1. Shack! I’m pretty sure I am a little higher than that. You could actually stand to step it up a few notches…get yourself a scarf or something!

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