Episode 141: Adapt, Experiment and Try Again

A Conversation with Jason Wellman

October 13, 2020

Are you someone who is always trying new things? Or, would you rather stick with the patterns, habits, and rituals that currently define your life?

You’re likely a little of both. And, depending on the circumstances, you might be ready for an experiment or wanting to keep your routine in place.

Today, listen as Jason Wellman shares how he’s helping others experiment in this season of ministry. He’ll share how he’s been encouraging others to try new things.

Jason’s top 5 Clifton Strengths are Learner, Input, Belief, Achiever, and Intellection. Together these talent themes are guiding him to stay focused on the mission and vision of the local church.

You’ll hear how it’s possible to stay focused on the purpose and adapt, experiment, and try again. Further, you’ll hear how one local congregation is communicating and embodying their mission to make disciples – even with new technology.

As you listen, consider what new thing God is doing in your midst as well as how you’re being invited to leverage your natural talents and gifts for ministry in this season.

If you’re struggling to adapt or are still wanting things to “go back to normal” this episode will remind you why trying new things can bring new life to your mission of making disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.

If you’re pivoting, adapting, and experimenting, this episode will remind you of the importance of staying focused on your purpose. You’ll also hear an example of how one local church embodies the mission with three simple words.

More than anything hit play and take 30 minutes to explore what new thing God is doing in your life, ministry, and leadership.

Mentioned in this episode

Anxious Church, Anxious People

Beyond Loneliness: The Gifts of God’s Friendship