The Difference Between a Good Idea and a God Idea


Good Idea
Stressed out
Comes as a result of brainstorming and hard work
Comes from many efforts
Feel accomplished in the end

God Idea
Often spontaneous
Emphasis on Jesus’ vine-branch relationship (John 15)
Feel humbled, grateful at what God has done in spite of us

There’s nothing wrong with good ideas. They can be inspired to a degree, but God’s ideas are the ones to shoot for – they are the ones that tend to endure the test of time.

Steve has spoken, mentored and modeled to churches and leaders around the world with the simple message that anyone – regardless of their gifting or experience – can be involved in bringing God’s loving kindness to others. His first book, Conspiracy of Kindness has been translated into several languages with more in the works. His first book has sold over 300,000 copies. Altogether his books have sold over 500,000 copies.


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