From a young age, most of us are conditioned to limit our dreams to what’s financially ‘practical’ and ‘realistic.’
I’m going to tell you something that my pastor told me once: “If it’s God’s will, it’s God’s bill…Heaven is not broke.”
I want you to imagine not being limited by finances.
Let's do a thought experiment: What would you do if you had 10 million dollars in your bank account?
One thing that I’ve been noticing in the church is that an aversion to the prosperity gospel has caused people to cling to a poverty gospel.
Let me ask you a very simple question: Who is going to be more likely to change the world: a broke Christian or a wealthy Christian?
“But Jeff, the Bible says that money is the root of all evil”
Open up your Bible and read that again: The LOVE of money is the root of all evil.
The devil wants nothing more than a church filled with broke Christians talking about all the things that they would do for Jesus, if only they had the money…
The church does not have a shortage of vision. The church DOES have a shortage of resources.
Ask any Christian: “what is your vision” and they will go on and on about the orphanages they are called to build, and the churches they are called to plant, and the money they’re called to give.
What if you had the resources to make that vision real?
Would you believe me if I told you that if God provides the vision, he’s also going to provide the vehicle & provision?
Would you believe it if I said within the next 60 days you could have the opportunity to embark on the same journey that changed my life and family for generations to come?
One thing you should know about me is this…