If you missed the Proclaimer’s Retreat last March (which you did!), you simply missed a most amazing time of impartation and fresh freedom! We are hosting Proclaimer’s Retreat 2013.2 in the Fall 2013! I would love for you to come!

Any dream, vision, business, or ministry outreach that is worth doing, is worth doing correctly. I want to offer a couple of ingredients in order for you to accomplish and have lasting results.

Bottle rockets are pretty, but the spark and the bang end really fast.

Nothing is any worse or has more flippant results than to rush into some project without doing precise and thoughtful homework. If the preparation is sloppy and unkempt, can you guess what the results will be on the other end?

There are two aspects of preparation:
1. Foresight
2. Discipline.

Preparation is the beginning of the creative process! Do you see where you want to be and create?

FORESIGHT
Over this past weekend, so many asked me this question, “What if I fail trying?” My response is, Can you live with the outcome no matter what if you know that you have done all you can? Can you find satisfaction in the power of the process of writing a fresh chapter in your life, whatever the final chapter ends up being?

DISCIPLINE
If you do not begin to discipline yourself in these new areas, your future will haunt you like a restless ghost of the dreams whose death you caused through neglect. Some people do more with less talent than others do with immense amounts of talent.

Here are a couple of discipline questions to ponder:
a. Am I prepared for the future I am to create?
b. Am I saying no to good temporary things that take me off course?

Charles Spurgeon said “If I knew I had twenty-five years to live, I would spend twenty of them in preparation.” You can do more in a short time period with good preparation than you ever can just rushing out to do what you are called to do.

The future is not simply entered into, it is created!

**Proclaimer’s Retreat 2013.2 is coming!! If you want info NOW, email me at bradyweldonministries@gmail.com

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