Wordsmith: Duplicability

We are always duplicating ourselves in others; what are you choosing to pass on? The disciples eventually mentored other men and women in the ministry, discipling them, and duplicating themselves, knowing that the message that Jesus shared was too big to just keep to themselves.

Wordsmith Series

Over the next few weeks, we’ll be looking at some words that are commonly heard in the business realm of our society and how that intersects with our faith.
I believe there is a blessing waiting at the end of this journey, as we dig deeper into our faith, seeing those places when what we believe and where we work intersect. I’m excited for you to journey with me as we dig deeper into what we believe and how we communicate and live out our faith.

Stop and Stare

Church is weird and church people are even weirder. But, does that have to be a bad thing? Being selfless is weird. Being devoted is weird. Building relationships is uncomfortable. Doing live together and being accountable to someone is just downright strange. Exhibiting the characteristics of love and joy and peace and patience and kindness are all out of the ordinary. But all of these things are desperately needed. In a society that’s hurting and looking for answers, maybe a little of that weirdness isn’t so bad.