What would you do if you knew you could not fail?

Robert Schuller

Robert Schuller

Profession: Pastor
Nationality: American

Some suggestions for you :

How we express ourselves in worship remains up in the air.

What appears to be the end of the road may simply be a bend in the road.

When you can't solve the problem, manage it.

It takes but one positive thought when given a chance to survive and thrive to overpower an entire army of negative thoughts.

Never bring the problem solving stage into the decision making stage. Otherwise, you surrender yourself to the problem rather than the solution.

It takes guts to get out of the ruts.

A lack of resources may slow you down, but don't let it make you throw away a big idea. Give God five years, ten years, fifteen years, twenty years, twenty-five years, thirty years, forty years, or more. Give God all the time He needs to bring the resources to you!

If there exists no possibility of failure, then victory is meaningless.

I want to build friendships. I want to come across as being a good illustration of what Jesus is like.

I think a good pastor is somebody who is honest and humble and has a really caring heart.

The only place where your dream becomes impossible is in your own thinking.

Negative thinking is subtle and deceptive. It wears many faces and hides behind the mask of excuses. It is important to strip away the mask and discover the real, root emotion.

Failure doesn't mean you are a failure… it just means you haven't succeeded yet.

Probably the one Bible passage that is read by Jews and Roman Catholics, Protestants, Islam, more than any other chapter is Psalm 23. And in Psalm 23 there is a verse that says, 'Surely, yea though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil.'