Hey Partners and Friends!

I am here today to talk to you about something that God has been sharing with me.  We began to speak about this in one of our podcast episodes several weeks ago, and I felt led to share this with you. 

The word for today is Attitude.

The definition of attitude is “a settled way of thinking or feeling about someone or something.” 

You have heard people talk about good attitudes and bad attitudes. A good attitude is a person who has “settled” in their thought life that they will focus on God’s Word. A person with a bad attitude is one who has decided to focus on the negative things in life. That’s why the Word of God tells us to watch what we think about or “settle” on.

Everyone, every day will have the opportunity to decide what kind of attitude they will have concerning many situations they will face throughout the day. 

How is your attitude today? What are you focusing on today?   

A champions attitude is, “I will do whatever it takes to get the job done, no matter the cost.” In other words, when I cross a situation in life my attitude is, I can do this! Doesn’t the word of God tell us, that we can do all things through Him?  That’s a Champion Attitude! Getting it done, no matter the cost.

That means no excuses!  People who are successful in the business or sports worlds have this same attitude.  They get the job done no matter the cost. So, how much more important is it for the church world to have a champion attitude? Let’s stop the excuses, Church!    

Let’s stop using the excuse: “I don’t have time to pray and read the Word” or “that’s not my personality.” The Lord said to me: “Don’t let your personality affect your passion, let your passion affect your personality.” I challenge you to not let your attitude affect your passion this week.

We have been busy planning the 18th annual Champions 4 Christ youth rally in Branson, Mo. If you are interested in further information about the C4C YOUTH RALLY please go to our website or check us out on Facebook and Instagram @c4crally.

 - Coach Brim