Last Session – Donald Miller

Last session – Donald Miller

Power of Story – A character wants something and overcomes something to get it.

You need to want something that is difficult and it needs to be clear.

You need to go through a something difficult to appreciate it.

You value what you gain through conflict.

The story increases if the sacrifice is greater. Not if you win or not.

It isn’t necessary to win for the story to be great. The story is more interesting when the story increases.

2 Chron. 6:8

Bottom line for me for this session and all of Orange. What is God putting in your heart to do?

(I have never read a Miller book before – directly after this session I went out and bought this book. I really like it so far. Here’s a link should you want to dive into it.)

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6 thoughts on “Last Session – Donald Miller

  1. sam i really enjoyed 'Blue like Jazz'– he wrote another book on the power of Story before the one they had at the conference. I enjoy his writing style and laughed a lot.

  2. sam i really enjoyed 'Blue like Jazz'– he wrote another book on the power of Story before the one they had at the conference. I enjoy his writing style and laughed a lot.