I took my son to the Watford football club family day,-and the highlight- Troy Deeney. He stayed until every last item was signed and every selfie was taken. We left way after the end of the event and he left after us. He is the embodiment of everything my football club used to be about. I spoke to some of the stewards and they were saying Troy is the most down to earth person you could meet- what a contrast to the rest of the team who looked bored and left leaving many kids with unsigned shirts and selfies.
Anyway Troy kind of reminded me of me, when I was a witness, I was full of enthusiasm on the ministry and sadly highly successful. However most of the congregation were like the rest of the Watford players, they couldn't be bothered on the ministry.
How were you on the ministry, zelouse or lazy? Did you have any zelouse and successful publishers? I am sure that the large % of witnesses can't be bothered on the ministry, and this is why I was not surprised to discover no outsiders have been bought in to the congregation since I left.
The Rebel :- whose advice is be zelouse for something you love and that is worthwhile.