Author Archives: Fred Waggoner

About Fred Waggoner

Fred Waggoner is a retired military officer with over thirty years of leadership experience. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Morehead State University, and Master’s degrees in Organizational Leadership from Regent University and in National Security Strategy from the National War College. Since retiring from the military, he has served as an adjunct faculty member for Indiana Wesleyan University, teaching courses in leadership, management, and organizational development and as a Regional Representative for the Lead Like Jesus organization. Currently, he serves as the Secretary and Administrative Officer for Reverb Network, a non-profit organization that provides leadership training, consulting, and counseling services, primarily to faith-based organizations. He is a member of the Broadway Christian Church, where he serves as a Deacon, Sunday school teacher, and serves with the global and local outreach ministry team. Fred and his wife Michelle reside in Lexington, Kentucky. They have one son, Andrew, a daughter-in-law, Christina, and three grandchildren, Olivia, Elijah, and Alexander.

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God ain’t finished with you yet!

A good reminder from Max Lucado….God has a purpose for you, no matter how young or how old you are!

"Changing direction in life is not tragic—but losing passion in life is! Something happens along the way. Convictions to change the world downgrade to commitments to pay the bills. Rather than make a difference, we make a salary. Rather than look outward, we look inward. And we don’t like what we see!

But God is not finished with you yet. Oh you may think he is. You may think you’ve peaked. You may think he’s got someone else to do the job. If so, think again! The Bible says, “God began doing a good work in you, and I am sure he will continue it until it is finished when Jesus Christ comes again” (Philippians 1:6 NCV).

Did you see what God is doing? A good work in you! Did you see when he will be finished? When Jesus Christ comes again. May I spell out the message? God ain’t finished with you yet!"

By Max Lucado