Starting a race is different than finishing a race. Starting a "DIY" (do-it-yourself) home project and leaving it unfinished is confusing. Or, maybe you have heard it this way: "People don't remember how you start but they will remember how you finish." The big idea is this: starting something doesn't become meaningful until you actually finish what you started. The Bible says the same is true in our journey as God's man. In fact, Jesus put it this way: "Most people's love will grow cold. But the one who endures to the end, he will be saved." This is every man's battle who loves and knows God. It is difficult to stay disciplined, sometimes life knocks us off our mark spiritually, or a trauma may throw our faith for a loop. In the Bible a God's man named Asa experienced began his journey of faith super strong but stopped taking God SERIOUSLY as his journey went forward. The result? Heart drift and a poor finish following a strong start. We are just like Asa and can suffer the same legacy. In this powerful session, men's expert and pastor Kenny Luck walks men through how to add a strong finish to a slow, a bumpy, or even a strong start.