Yesterday, on this Father’s Day morning, our Calvary family prayed over us. They prayed for our safety as we travel, as we step away from the comfortable confines of Stephens County.
A grain of sand by itself is, for the most part, insignificant. It is blown around by the wind and thrown every which way. It is tracked along by people or animals. It has not enough weight to stay put. But when you gather a few billion of those grains, it can withstand the great crashing waves of the sea.
Paul challenges us, encourages us, to embrace this sideways dimension of our faith because a real life faith is raised in relationships.