The motivated Inviter
There is a distinction between desire and motivation in invitation. Desire is wanting people desperately to hear more about Christ and His Church, but still having the desire means we have not achieved the goal. To be continually motivated in invitation, produces an inevitability about the way goals are going to be achieved. It makes you think what you could do to achieve your desires. Motivated people have courage, they are not blind to danger and fears but dive in keep themselves courageous everyday. The motivated person has persistence which is creativity and problem solving. They make creative interpretations of circumstances. They face down the red lights of fear and move forward on the green light. Motivated people have a crystal clear vision. They hold their goals as inevitable and they we will not be denied. They are can do people.