An Encouraging Word

3 take-a-ways from 350 miles

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Lord’s Gym Executive Director Scott Bowers recently made a 350-mile bike trek from the Covington Lord’s Gym to Cleveland, Ohio. Here are three take-a-ways from his journey…

 

1. It’s OK to put ourselves out there, pushing your limits (whatever that means to you) to grow beyond our limitations, mindsets and capacity. If you don’t, no one is going to do it for you. It can be done with reasonable risk and planning. You just don’t know how God is going to use it and how it might encourage other people. It’s OK to be scared. It won’t go perfectly. There will be some discomfort and pain. Give God a chance to show up.

2. Enjoy the journey! It’s not just about the destination. It’s what you learn and experience during the journey. Take time to take in the sights and smells. Getting lost and compensating stimulates the soul. It can make you appreciate the little things leading to a richer sense of contentment and confidence to try bigger things next.
 

3. I want to be used by God as he sees fit, and to be the best version of me I can me. That means working on my weaknesses and the things that don’t come easy to me. It’s OK to vary my pace. Keep checking in and report the waypoints. Take care of yourself and your equipment. The important thing is to persevere and keep pedaling toward the destination. Look on the horizon. Trust your map (plan). Get feedback from all possible sources.

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