This morning as I thought about our local church fellowship I reflected on many of the church fellowships that I have attended over the years. The majority of the church fellowships that I have been involved in including one that I pastored for 15 years often looked at a need and went to bring reparation to the need. Too often that method has the potential to burn people out.
One of the greatest difficulties in church life is to determine who we are and what we have been called to, determining our capability, seeing the potential and recognizing the responsibility to do what is needed to do. Continue reading Playing Games – Too Often What We See Is Like Playing A Game