It’s the best way to begin a journey.
It’s the way Jesus invited His friends. Hey, we’re going on this amazing trip. Together, we’re gonna change the world.
C’mon, let’s go!
Ever been around a “my way or the highway” guy? No interest in leading or bringing others along. He gets what he wants, when he wants it, or he’s outta here. Doesn’t care for partnership, not willing to slow down or meander a bit. It’s his path or…bye-bye.
“Let’s go” opens the circle and invites others to join. “Let’s go” makes room for unexpected travelers and welcomes unanticipated appointments along the way.
“Let’s go” says there’s value in the journey, that it’s not all about the destination. It says getting there quickly might diminish the experience, that we might even learn something along the way that clarifies and enriches the destination.
“Let’s go” is about servant leadership and sacrifice.
I’m thinking in terms of cycling (of course) because that’s pretty much my metaphor for everything. We do our best to make the FREEDOM TOUR a “Let’s go” enterprise.
The FREEDOM TOUR circle includes amazing “Let’s go” people. We’re surrounded by folks who care about being part of something bigger than themselves.
It’s repeated frequently. “I’ve done big rides – Copper Triangle, Ride The Rockies, Triple Bypass – they’re great, but you get done and, well, you’re done. I like being part of a community, something that means something.”
Want to be part of something that means something? FREEDOM TOUR needs cyclists (duh), but there’s also spots for all sorts of volunteers. Tours and one-day ride need support folks, photographers, organizers…if you’d like to join the team, we have a place for you.
Visit our website, take a look around, and jump in. www.frontrangefreedomtour.org