Find and Implement Great Ideas

If You Can Make an Idea Implementable, It Will Have Legs


Charles Lee co-founded the non-profit Just One, which works to implement creative ideas for charity and service. He also authored Good Idea. Now What? As CEO of Ideation, he is nationally recognized for idea implementation, and he brings his faith in Jesus into all of his work, treating his corporate life as a mission field. In the first video of this post, he shares how he and his friend, Greg, discovered the idea of loving the poor by washing their clothes.


Have you ever heard a great idea from an unexpected place? How did this experience open your eyes about the person/people with the idea or about your own attitudes?
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What group of people or culture in your community do you and your church feel called to serve? After listening to Charles' story, what questions do you feel you need to ask so that you and your church can serve them with excellence?
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Humility will expose us to many ideas that we might not have heard otherwise. Once you have a great idea, however, what will you do with it? In this next video, Charles continues this discussion with his advice about the implementation of big ideas.


What big idea have you been sitting on that could be helpful for the work of your local church? Who could help you implement the idea? Who would be the best person or committee to bring this to? Your small group? Your pastor? Your family?
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What big idea have you been sitting on that could mean something significant for you personally or spiritually? Why have you not implemented these before now and how will you begin to do so?
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Do you think your church fits the description that Charles gave of a church whose mission is focused on inspiration? Where can your fellowship improve its ability to help people execute positive action out of their inspiration?
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Charles said that ideas are impotent without action. When you find or develop your own great idea, prepare yourself for that 99% of perspiration to implement if for the good of the church and the glory of God.