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Swarming 01 - Introduction Swarming 02 - Vision

Missionary Quotes, 24

“Global evangelization will not come through opportunity but rather through obedience to God.” ~YWAM Newcastle

“Don’t water your weeds.” ~Harvey Mackay

“My brother Wesley was wiser, preserving his fruit by gathering converts in classes. I didn’t, so my people are a rope of sand.” ~Whitfield

“Models change, principles don’t. In church planting, focus on underlying principles rather than prescribing specific models.” ~Bob Logan

“Vision is actually quite common, and can often be traced to ego and insecurity. What’s uncommon is total dependence on God.” ~Rick Warren

“Without ambition one starts nothing. Without work one finishes nothing. The prize will not be sent to you. You have to win it.” ~Emerson

“It’s amazing what can be accomplished if you don’t worry about who gets the credit.” Clarence W. Jones

“GO TO THE EDGES. THAT WHERE CHANGE HAPPENS.” ~Fakegrimlock

“YOU WANT REACH GOAL? STOP DOING EVERYTHING THAT NOT GET YOU THERE.” ~Fakegrimlock

“The average 20-year-old male has spent 12,000 hours playing computer games.” ~Dave Hackett

“We spend a lot of time teaching leaders what to do. We don’t spend enough time teaching leaders what to stop.” ~Peter Drucker

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