It’s OK not to Know
Considering the uncertainty … it’s OK not to know. We are all unsettled in these unprecedented and wild times right now. But I am amazed at how quickly many of us have shifted to new ways of coming together to serve and face challenges (and opportunities) amidst all the messiness that’s going on.
We’ll get through this, we’re all in this together.
I’m betting we’ll all be stronger for it, too.
We will all be better on the other side of this.
But no one wrote us a playbook for this.
Many are wondering what to do in their churches right now.
If you’re feeling confused, a bit anxious, worried…
I’ve felt the anxiety, too. We all have.
We know there is a lot of uncertainty … It’s OK not to know.
The thing is, I also want to caringly remind you that you’re a leader.
This is an opportunity like no other to show up and BE the leader that you are.
The leader for yourself.
The leader for your family.
The leader for your loved ones.
The leader for your church.
People are at home right now looking for strength and hope, and you as the leader you are, get to show up as that strength and hope for people.
Show them what’s possible.
We can choose to focus on the unknown, or we can choose to focus on being the light for our family, our friends, our audience.
When we act from a place of uncertainty, we’re not serving ourselves or anyone.
But you may be wondering … HOW can you lean in even more right now and authentically serve your audience from a place of love and service?
This is a time for us to think outside the box, to get creative. Trust yourself, and God, and let’s take whatever steps we need for ourselves and for our audience.
However that looks and feels for you and your audience, lead with value, support and love.
You got this.
We’ll get through all this together and be so, so much better on the other side.
Appreciating you —
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