To Pioneer…Commit to the Journey

Maybe pioneering is about knowing exactly where you headed and working hard for that outcome. 


We can look at people from history and assume that’s what they did and maybe for some that was the case.

For most though there is endless amounts of trial and error. There is a desire to do something without knowing exactly where it might lead. 

Pioneering maybe then is about committing to the journey, working hard but as a Christian then trusting God for the outcome.


After all, God works all things together for the good of those who love Him and are called according to His purposes [Romans 8:28]

What might it be like for us if we just commit to the journey?  What might the difference be like if we stop focusing too much on the end result and take the opportunities available right now?

I think pioneering is less about the grand and more about doing what you can. What do you think?

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To Pioneer…Do Something Ordinary


Following on from yesterday two more thoughts in regard to pioneering. 

Do we really need to do something crazy, epic or extraordinary? I don’t think so. That’s quite a challenge and maybe out of reach for most of us.

I’m more of an advocate for just doing something. 

“So here’s what I want you to do, God helping you: Take your everyday, ordinary life—your sleeping, eating, going-to-work, and walking-around life—and place it before God as an offering. [‭‭Romans‬ ‭12:1 MSG‬‬]

Maybe it’s more about just doing something simple, small and normal. Taking what you have and putting it to use. Just making the most of an opportunity in from of you is probably a good place to start. 

Love your neighbour – cut their grass, put the bin away

Invite someone to church

Be a good friend

Encourage someone