Compound Interest in Your Ministry

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Compound Interest Your Ministry

Albert Einstein said, “Compound interest is the greatest mathematical discovery of all time.”

Do ministry with the work mentality of the entrepreneurial. Let’s put the principles of compound interest to work for the Kingdom of God.

Would you rather make $10,000 a day or earn a penny a day doubled for a month. Most of people will opted for the $10,000 per day, however, the penny changes each day of the month. Could you have guessed that at the end of the month doubling the savings of a penny we would have more than $10,700,000?

This really got me thinking about how could the concept of compound interest works in other areas of life, like our ministry. I began to think of this as compound effort. We know that you miss one hundred percent of the shots we don’t take. We know that if we don’t ask for the sale it simply won’t be given to us in most cases. Imagine how much our effort would pay off if we added one more person to our ministry network each day. Imagine how good it would be for your ministry if you consistently were the person who volunteered to do a little bit more. This compound effort builds your career brand, or the way your church, peers and potential saved souls to see you ( Christ in you). Add 20 to 40 people a month to your ministerial network.

The idea of compound interest works in our ministry as well. The earlier you become dedicated to the call God has placed on your life the longer you have to make a positive impact with a kingdom God.

Earning more now means that Einstein’s greatest mathematical discovery of all time works for you today, not a year from now when your company decides to give you a raise.

Take a moment to think about the areas of your life and ministry where compound effort can make a difference.

Join My Ministerial Network if you are serious about Kingdom building.Let network together to help others grow reaching their full potential in Christ.

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Compound Interest in Your Ministry

Posted by in Facebook's Pentecostal Theology Group View the Original Post

Compound Interest Your Ministry

Albert Einstein said, “Compound interest is the greatest mathematical discovery of all time.”

Do ministry with the work mentality of the entrepreneurial. Let’s put the principles of compound interest to work for the Kingdom of God.

Would you rather make $10,000 a day or earn a penny a day doubled for a month. Most of people will opted for the $10,000 per day, however, the penny changes each day of the month. Could you have guessed that at the end of the month doubling the savings of a penny we would have more than $10,700,000?

This really got me thinking about how could the concept of compound interest works in other areas of life, like our ministry. I began to think of this as compound effort. We know that you miss one hundred percent of the shots we don’t take. We know that if we don’t ask for the sale it simply won’t be given to us in most cases. Imagine how much our effort would pay off if we added one more person to our ministry network each day. Imagine how good it would be for your ministry if you consistently were the person who volunteered to do a little bit more. This compound effort builds your career brand, or the way your church, peers and potential saved souls to see you ( Christ in you). Add 20 to 40 people a month to your ministerial network.

The idea of compound interest works in our ministry as well. The earlier you become dedicated to the call God has placed on your life the longer you have to make a positive impact with a kingdom God.

Earning more now means that Einstein’s greatest mathematical discovery of all time works for you today, not a year from now when your company decides to give you a raise.

Take a moment to think about the areas of your life and ministry where compound effort can make a difference.

Join My Ministerial Network if you are serious about Kingdom building.Let network together to help others grow reaching their full potential in Christ.

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