All posts in " unborn tomorrows "

Playing the long game – unborn tomorrows

By Dave Henning / April 30, 2021

“Imagining unborn tomorrows is playing the long game, but it involves an immediacy that is quite different from urgency.  Urgency is born of anxiety, while immediacy is born of faith.  Faith is prophetic, but it’s not presumptuous. . . .  Faith plans for tomorrow, but it doesn’t take tomorrow for granted.  It actually lives like […]


The intersection of two theologies

By Dave Henning / April 28, 2021

“We live at the intersection of two theologies, two realities.  God’s faithfulness is pursuing us from the past and God’s sovereignty is bearing down on us from the future.  Look back, and it’s so far so God.  Look ahead, and the best is yet to come.”- Mark Batterson Mark Batterson concludes Chapter 9 of Win […]


The adjacent possible – best unborn tomorrows

By Dave Henning / April 27, 2021

“All that stands between you and your best unborn tomorrows is the adjacent possible. . . .  it’s the elevator between what is and what could be.  It’s the thing that enables us to prayerfully dream bigger dreams — 10-story dreams, 20-story dreams, even 160-story dreams like the Burj Khalifa.”- Mark Batterson As Mark Batterson […]


Imagine unborn tomorrows – cut the rope

By Dave Henning / April 26, 2021

“If you want to imagine unborn tomorrows, you’ve got to cut the rope. . . .  anything less is maintaining the status quo.  You will experience a few falls, a few fails.  But cutting the rope is the way we cut the ribbon on the dreams God has given us.”- Mark Batterson Before moving on […]

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