Daniel Boone once remarked, “I have never been lost, but I will admit to being confused for several weeks.”
We’ve all had times of confusion—when we’re not sure what to make of the situation we’re in or what to do about it. Do we stop? Do we plod ahead? Do we change course?
In this week’s episode of the Reinventure Me podcast, I interview Roger Thompson, author of the new book Do the Next Right Thing. In this episode I talk with Roger about what that means and How to do the next right thing. Six years ago, Roger set out to explore the next right thing for him; to relinquish the leadership of a growing and dynamic church in the Twin Cities. Now he serves alongside the new senior leader and encourages others to take the next right thing steps in their own lives, whether persevering in a difficult situation or trusting God to make significant changes.
If you find yourself perplexed about your present situation, you may not need a roadmap or life plan. You may simply need to discern the next right thing. This interview may encourage you to discover your own. Find our latest show on the web or on iTunes and Stitcher Radio.
Comment below: What do you do to help you evaluate the next right thing in your own life?
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