The past year I’ve learned a lot and much of it is reflected in what I wrote for this new book coming out.
I think the best way to explain Go Small is that it’s really a celebration of the everyday.
That we need to have grace for ourselves and not get depressed when we feel like we had an average or even below-average day.
That we just do the best we can with what we have and trust that God knows how to make something great from it.
That we don’t pursue the big moments JUST TO PURSUE the big moments, but rather build to them and let them come to us naturally.
I’m finding that, when I describe the book to people, they breathe a sigh of relief and say something like, “That sounds awesome.” There’s a felt need; people want permission to relax and to work to build the Kingdom of God without anxiety. I hope you feel the same way after reading it because the world we live in is all about going big or going home.
That bigger is better than small.
That more is better than less.
That success is all about who has the most stuff.
Sound exhausting? That’s because it is.
We believe God doesn’t care about your size, status, or success. (Tweet This!) We believe God’s definitions of those things make our definitions look small by comparison.
We’re giving you permission to do whatever God has put in front of you. We’re giving you the opportunity to redefine what “success” means for you.
Now watch this video and find out how you can win the smallest car in America! (Tweet This!)
Go Small – Win The Smallest Car In America! by Craig Gross is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.