Ready and foolish.

I can’t imagine that I will learn and grow in any season of my life more than I am now. As a church planter my life is flipped turned upside down and I feel like I am in 1st grade. You remember when you were in Phonics class and you were just picking up the language? Or when you first got that math principle down? Thats me these days. I’m a sponge and when a sponge is saturated it is ready for use because no more came be soaked up. I’m ready to Launch this church. I know there is ton’s to learn but I’m ready. I’m ready for Sundays to come. I’m ready for small groups to form, I’m ready for our systems to take root. I’m ready to launch more churches. I’m ready. I love the promise of scripture “But God chose the foolish things of the world to shame the wise; God chose the weak things of the world to shame the strong. He chose the lowly things of this world and the despised things—and the things that are not—to nullify the things that are, so that no one may boast before him.” I’m ready and foolish. God use me.

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3 Responses to “Ready and foolish.”

  1. artperry Says:

    We love hearing from you through this site. Not foolish though. Wise, very wise. Kinda like a wise man!!!!! Keep going.

  2. lyndseycornell Says:

    Awesome chris! We’re ready to see what God is going to do up there. Love you guys and miss you very much!

  3. unclesam22 Says:

    You are so much more ready than you even know. The Holy Spirit is leading and guiding each step of the way and things are going to be great. Love and miss you guys a lot.

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