Where The Action Is

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If we’re “sick” of our domesticated Christianity, maybe it’s because we’re sequestered somewhere in the center instead of living out on the edge where the action is, where our friendship with Jesus is best and our chances of enticing others into his friendship is maximized.

It’s out there on the daring edge where we’re most desperate for him to be close by. It’s there we’re most likely to feel his strong grasp and hear his inviting whisper to bring others onto our reeling adventure.


– Originally published in Reaching Rahab: Joining God In His Quest For Friends

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