Great fruitfulness is only by the grace of God. What we can control more than fruitfulness is oftentimes faithfulness. This week, Pastor Mark shares a lesson from the life of Chuck Smith, whose ministry at Calvary Chapel saw much fruit only after many years of steady faithfulness.
Are you running at such a pace that you can finish the race?
Are you using these years not just to see results, but to learn and grow?
As a leader, what are three ways you can prepare for the later years of your life and ministry?
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Chuck Smith was 45 before Calvary Chapel took off. Great fruitfulness came after many years of faithfulness. http://jesus.to/VWhCbi
Too many young leaders start off strong but don’t finish well. http://jesus.to/VWhCbi
Young leaders, don’t just focus on results now. Learn and grow to get ready for your later years of ministry. http://jesus.to/VWhCbi
Older leaders, your most fruitful years might be your latest years. Stay faithful. http://jesus.to/VWhCbi/textarea>